Guest Teacher Bible Studies

Dr. Gary Dromi

A Look At Mormonism

A brief look at the history of Mormonism, its founder, Joseph Smith, Jr. and some of their practices. Part 2 A look at the persecutions of Mormons and their sources of “authority.” Part 3 Evidence against the Book of Mormon, the theology of Mormonism, a comparison of Mormonism vs. Biblical Christianity.

A Look At Roman Catholicism

  • Part 1 A brief look at the history, Councils, and theological beliefs held by the Roman Catholic Church. Includes the Roman Catholic view of salvation and a description of the first four sacraments: baptism, (including infant baptism), confirmation, holy eucharist (communion), and confession/penance.
  • Part 2 Continues with an explanation of the last three sacraments: anointing of the sick (extreme unction), holy orders, and holy matrimony. There is a brief explanation of the papacy and an in depth discussion of the various beliefs/doctrines with regard to Mary. This session ends with a comparison of Biblical truth vs. Roman Catholic theology and doctrine.
  • Part 3 Continues the comparisons between Biblical truth vs. Roman Catholic theology and doctrine. This session ends with instructions and admonitions from the apostle Paul.

A Look At Islam

  • Part 1 An introduction to the Islamic religion including: A historic look at its beginning; the early years of Muhammad, his visions and his “prophetic call”; the Kaa’ba stone and its significance to the Islamic faith.
  • Part 2 A continuing look at the Islamic faith including: “Allah” and his names; the Sunnis, Shiites and Sufis; the writings of Islam ~ the Qur’an, Hadith and Sunna. The “Five Articles of Faith” and the “Five Pillars of Faith” as well as the cultural expression of Islam are all explained in this session.
  • Part 3 A brief comparison of the key writings and doctrines of Islam vs. the truths of Biblical Christianity.

A Look At Jehovah’s Witnesses

  • Part 1 In this session we’ll look at how this organization came into being, who was the founder, and a brief look at their history.
  • Part 2 In this session we’ll take a brief look at the doctrines, beliefs and theology of the organization known at the Jehovah’s Witnesses.
  • Part 3 In this final session, we’ll look at the biblical evidence that argues against the doctrines, beliefs and teaching of the Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Bobby Hayes

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. 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.

Dr. Tom Henderson

Dr. Raj Kripalani

Dr. Robert Lightner

Dr. Jobe Martin

Dr. Tom McCall

Dr. Jim Mcgowan

Don Miller

  • 2nd Peter
  • Chaplain Todd Virnoche