When we say that the Bible is the inspired word of God, what exactly do we mean? Was it dictated by God? And what is the overall message of the Bible, the grand themes in its narrative, the underlying point it’s trying to make? These are the questions explored in this episode of Table Talk.

When we say that the Bible is the inspired word of God, what exactly do we mean? Was it dictated by God? And what is the overall message of the Bible, the grand themes in its narrative, the underlying point it’s trying to make? These are the questions explored in this episode of Table Talk.

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  • There are those claiming that Adam & Eve was a parable. Have you ever done anything on this. It might be good for Table Talk.

  • I watch table talk whenever I can. Found 1st on 3abn and now I have a tab on my smartphone! I really enjoy and learn a lot from you gentlemen thanks and God bless you and your program.

  • The Bible is a love letter from God to man. It is all about Jesus, his love for us, his compassion, his grace for us. The Bible is an open book test with one objective: Jesus does not want you to fail, He want you to pass the test and be with Him.
    The Christian life is a race. It does not matter where you start, only one thing is important, Jesus wants you to make it to the finish line where He is waiting for you with open arms.

    God Bless You!

  • Guys – just discovered Table Talk and absolutely resonate with the fly-on-wall format. Awesome discussion with an expository twist. Keep up the good work and fighting the good fight.

  • Love the structure of these lessons! Great discussions and insights. Thanks for letting us sit in!

  • πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—For me …. The Bible is a Love Story about Redemption πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

  • Thank You Daniel for your observations, I completely agree. My personal Redemption is rooted in this relationship with Jesus and the Living Loving Bible.
    ***Many Blessings***