Many Christians are apparently discontented with the completed canon of Scripture, and want more miracles and further revelation from God today. But if more came, would it really be a blessing? (For more information on this series, visit www.middletownbiblechurch.org/conferen/conferen.htm.)
Excellent Sermon! This is a great sermon looking at Jesus's miracles and their meaning, and how we should look at todays "miracles" that causes false ways of living. Only by studying the Holy Scriptures can we not be deceived.54
Great Sermon! Thank you for this insightful teaching. Life changing sermon. It all makes sense. I didn't understand the first century miracles so I just looked the other way when people began teaching that miracles were for us today and we could do the same miracles as Christ... even more.
from Seattle, WA
Great Sermon! Dr. Whitcomb is truly one of the greatest teachers of the Bible in our time. My church has some of his video classes and they are indespensable. His teachings are always full of logical thought points I never would have considered. Dr. Whitcomb is also a very kind man with a terrific sense of humor, has a great voice, and is fun to listen to. He is fascinating and never boring.
Dr. Whitcomb is following, and well, Christ's command to "feed my sheep."
Kim O. (10/29/2004)
Great Sermon! Dr. Whitcomb,
This was the first sermon of yours I have listened to and I must say AMEN!! I couldn't agree more with you. I appreciate the way you interpret the scriptures by keeping them in complete context, so important in this day we live. So many false teachers are deceiving many by twisting the scriptures to suit their own purposes. I can hardly wait to listen to as many of your sermons as I can! There are so many that have piqued my interest. I know I will learn much from your wisdom, but of course, all the glory goes to God. Thank you so much. We need more people like you to speak the truth instead of lies.
Dr. John C. Whitcomb has been a professor of Old Testament and theology for more than 50 years, and is widely recognized as a leading Biblical scholar. He taught at Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Indiana, from 1951-1990, and gained much recognition for his work on...