Topical Bible Studies

Anger and Bitterness

These two audio files were transferred from cassette tapes and originated before the year 2000.

The Doctrine Of Man

This study contains mature topics. Mature listeners only.

  • The Doctrine of Man - Part One
    Dr. Mal Couch talks straight to men and to the women who love them, as only Dr. Couch could.
  • The Doctrine of Man - Part Two
    Included in this discussion, is the concept of the fatal forties or male 'menopause'.
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Biblical Interpretation

Dr. Couch has taught Biblical Interpretation for many years. The audio from this class was recovered from the early 1980s.
The first class was not able to be recovered, but the last four were. The required reading in later years were Basic Biblical Interpretation by Roy Zuck and Protestant Biblical Interpretation by Bernard Ramm.

Dispensationalism Is Easy

Dr. Mal Couch has been teaching the Bible for almost fifty years. He is well known as a prophecy and dispensational scholar.
Listen to his quick and easy explanations of the fact that the Word of God is dispensational from Genesis to Revelation.

 

Preterism

Dr. Couch designed to answer the foolish view known as Preterism. Each short segment will look at some of the absurd claims that
say the second coming of Christ took place "literally" (that is spiritually) in AD 70 when Jerusalem was destroyed by the Romans.
He will examine carefully Scripture that debunks this heretical view.

The Holy Spirit

Resurrection Day 2012

Inspiration and Authority of Scripture

First and Second Coming of Christ

The Rapture

Why Did Jesus Come to Die?

The Doctrine of Giving

Dispensationalism

Survey of Minor Prophets

How to Treat One Another

The Olivet Discourse

Baptism and Repentance

Demonism

Current Events

Christian Growth and Maturity

Local Church

Armageddon

Upper Room Discourse

Fundamentals of the Faith

The Promises of God

The Issue of Baptism and Repentance

The Coming of Christ

The Afterlife

The Authority of the Bible

Biblical Anthropology

The Angelic World

The Last Hours of Jesus

Names of Christ

Church History

Christmas Messages

Mormonism

Great Truths for Living the Christian Life

The War Over Interpretation

Practical Truths

Jewish Feast Days

  • The Tabernacle (Part One)
    Guest teacher, Jeff Gutterman, a Jewish/Christian scholar who founded First Born Son
    Ministries teaches on the Old Testament tabernacle.
    He explains the sacrifices and the prophecies in the tabernacle that
    point to the coming of Christ.
  • The Tabernacle (Part Two
    Guest teacher, Jeff Gutterman, a Jewish/Christian scholar who founded First Born Son
    Ministries teaches on the Old Testament tabernacle.
    He explains the sacrifices and the prophecies in the tabernacle that
    point to the coming of Christ.
  • Yom Kippur (Part One)

    Guest teacher, Steven Ger. Yom Kippur is probably the most important holiday of the Jewish year. Many Jews who do not observe any other Jewish custom will refrain from work, fast and/or attend synagogue services on this day. Yom Kippur occurs on the 10th day of Tishri. The holiday is instituted at Leviticus 23:26.
  • Yom Kippur (Part Two)


    Guest teacher, Steven Ger. The name "Yom Kippur" means "Day of Atonement". Yom Kippur during biblical times was not an ordinary day. The sacrificing on this day was not like any of the other sacrifices performed during the year. This once a year sacrifice required that the Kohen HaGadol (High Priest) enter the Kodesh Hakodashim (Holy of Holies) alone, it was just him and God. He took with him a vessel containing the blood of the goat upon which the sacrificial lot fell. This blood was then sprinkled on the kaporet (Mercy Seat), which covered the Aron HaKodesh (Ark of the Covenant) found in the Kodesh Hakodashim. If acceptable, that is if the animal sacrificed was without spot or blemish, God received the offering and declared the sins of b'nai Yisreal (the children of Israel) atoned for.

Miscellaneous