Pastors Stadler, Critchley, Albrecht, and Rokke

Pastors Richard Stadler, Dale Critchley, Michael Albrecht, and Ralph Rokke

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This class concludes the study of “The Community Rule,” sometimes called the “Constitution of the Yachad.” We have studied a prayer for the instructor written 150 years before Jesus, in…
Today we consider Jesus’ explanation of His parable of the Sower and the Soils. The birds that gobble up the seed that fell on the path represent Satan taking the…

Jesus Is on the Loose

April 5, 2015
The women who went to the tomb very early on Easter Sunday morning were expecting to anoint Jesus' dead body. They saw an angel who said, "fear not!" Jesus was…
Today, we continue examining the "Community Rule," and ask: Did the people of the scrolls believe that God predestined everything to happen, including sin? Did they believe you could make…
Today we consider Jesus' explanation of His parable of the Sower and the Soils. Does Jesus tell you to do something or to try harder? Are you supposed to figure…
The Gospel reading from Mark 11:1-11 tells us that Jesus completed His Palm Sunday ride into Jerusalem by going to the temple and looking around at everything. Why? Because since…

How Can I Know God?

March 22, 2015
Knowing about someone isn't the same as knowing someone. That's true of God as well. So how can we know God instead of just knowing about God? The prophet Jeremiah…
Today we begin reading The Community Rule, often considered the Constitution of the people of the Dead Sea Scrolls. We will examine the "rules of the people of the scrolls"…
Today we consider Jesus' parable of the Sower and the Soils at the beginning of chapter four. How many people heard Jesus tell this parable for the first time? Were…
Nicodemus was a Pharisee. That means he was an expert in the Law of Moses. Before Nicodemus came to see Jesus, if you could have asked him, "What did Moses…
How The Dead Sea Scrolls Help Us Read the New Testament Today, we begin examining the "The Community Rule," sometimes called the "Constitution of the Yachad," the community of Jews…
Today we consider the accusation of the scribes that Jesus is casting out demons by the power of Beelzebub. Jesus says a house divided against itself cannot stand. Is Jesus…
Conclude the study of "What Does the Damascus Document Tell US About the Jews Jesus Faced?" Today we focus on the rules the "people of the scrolls" observed about the…
Today we continue our discussion of the twelve. Why did Jesus include Judas Iscariot among the Twelve? How did Judas get to be the treasurer? Why did Jesus' own family…
God owns all things. He created all things good, and every good thing we have is a gift from Him. So then what does God value? Do we value the…
Did the people of the Damascus Document agree with the Pharisees that it was o.k. to pull a man or animal out of a well on the Sabbath? Would they…
Here Peter makes both a great confession of faith and a great blunder. Peter clearly understood some truth about Jesus, but not everything. He did not understand the need for…
Today we consider the list of the twelve apostles. What is the difference between a disciple and an apostle? Why did Jesus appoint twelve apostles - rather than seven or…
What does the Damascus Document Reveal about the Jews Jesus Faced? This document was first discovered in 1896 by Solomon Schechter in a Cairo Geniza. When fragments of it were…
Today we continue the study of The Damascus Document found at Qumran. It portrays an ideal location, Damascus, where the people of this scroll intended to practice their Judaism and…

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