Dr. Barnhouse & the BibleDonald Barnhouse

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The Parable of the Fig Leaves (Part 1) 06/25/17

Noah, Abraham, Jacob… In this series Dr. Barnhouse goes through the lives and stories of the fathers of our faith. The way these great men followed God sets an example for us even in our modern days.

Genesis 3

Recent Broadcasts

The Resurrection 06/18/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 16:9

The Second Coming 06/11/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 13

See that Ye Be Not Troubled 06/04/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 13

What is Required of Us 05/28/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 12:41-44

Who is Christ? 05/21/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 12:35-40

The First & Great Commandment 05/14/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 12:28-34

Life After Death 05/07/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 12:18-27

Caesar's or God's 04/30/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 12:12-27

Christ the Only Way 04/23/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 12:9-14

Prayer: How and Why? 04/16/17

The Gospel of Mark is a portrait of Christ written from the perspective of a menial laborer. As Dr. Barnhouse observes, A servant doesn't look at things the same way other men do; as Mark looks at our Savior, we shall learn about our service by looking at the servant Savior. Listening to this series will give you a new, different portrait of Christ. The Gospel of Mark is the gospel of action, and it is action of a unique kind. In Mark we clearly see that the glory of God is not only to be found in His power, His majesty, His might, and His dominion-- the true glory of God is in His grace.

Mark 11:24-26