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Dr. Copper Abrams

Who Is Jesus Christ?

    “With so many different ideas about "Who is Jesus Christ," people need to know the truth. Man's eternal destiny rests on the answer to that question. Jesus Himself warned of believing in false Christs. "For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect." (Matthew 24:24) Even in New Testament times, there were false Christs. The Apostle John wrote, “Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.” (1 John 2:18).”

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The Church Age Saints in the Olivet Discourse: A Biblical Explanation of Matthew 24-25, The Pre-Tribulational View Verified

   The Olivet Discourse of Matthew 24-25, without question, is one of the most misunderstood and subsequently one of the most misinterpreted passages in the New Testament. The result is that various views such as the Pre-Wrath, Mid and Post Tribulational have brought great confusion among today's Christians. At the heart of the problem is that interpreters do not apply sound rules of hermeneutics, make the grave mistakes of mixing God's plans, and purpose for Israel with that of the Christians in this the Church Age. This book is a verse by verse, exegetical examination of the Olivet Discourse, which shows that Church Age saints are not present during the seven years of the Tribulation. Further, it demonstrates that the New Testament teaches the Pre-Tribulational rapture of Christians at the end of the current dispensation of the Church Age. Although the shed blood of Jesus Christ saves all believers, God makes a distinction between how He works with Israel and Christians in this age. God is not finished with His chosen people Israel, the Old Testament dispensation and Daniel's prophesied 490 years to the Second Coming. (Dan. 9:24) Daniel’s 70th Week is the Tribulation and God's completion of the end of the age, which is the Old Testament dispensation. He will then establish the promised Kingdom to Israel. In the Olivet Discourse, Jesus answers the questions of His disciples about the details of Daniel's 70th Week and His Second Coming. Jesus' discourse shows conclusively that Church Age Saints are not viewed in Matthew 24-25.

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Expository Bible Study Course: Lesson and Sermon Preparation

   Many books have been written on the subject of how to study the Bible. This method's value is that it teaches the expository method of studying Scripture, which ­focuses on an exegetical investigation of the Bible and shows the individual how to study the Word of God for himself. In using this method of Bible study, you will be researching and gathering material about passages of Scripture. This method will help you to develop a systematic plan to follow in studying the Bible. It centers on completing a work sheet where the information is recorded. In completing the Work Sheet, you will be amass­ing much information about the passage you are studying. The expository method of Bible study seeks to present truths, concepts and principles that are taught by a Scripture passage. God has given us His method of interpretation of His word. God method does not impose a meaning on a passage, but seeks the meaning from the words and gramma of the passage. The basis of true expository Bible study is a thorough "exegesis" of the passage. At the heart of this study is the Biblical truth of the "verbal plenary inspiration" of Scripture. The doctrine of "verbal plenary inspiration" teaches that every word of Scripture is inspired by God. God used human writers who He directed through the Holy Spirit to record His Word. Under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, they wrote what God wanted said without error. What they wrote, in the original manuscripts was exactly what God wanted to say.

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Biblical Principles For Interpreting God's Word

    “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15) The pastor, evangelist, Bible teacher, or simply a Christian who desires to know and serve the Lord better, can greatly benefit from being able to correctly interpret the Bible and then apply it in their lives and the lives of others. No one can apply God’s word unless they know it and that begins with an accurate interpretation. God cannot bless His word that is incorrectly interpreted which makes biblical interpretation vital. He has not left us in the dark as to how to interpret His word. The Lord explains “Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation.” (2 Peter 1:20) Our Creator has given us a precise method that anyone can apply with a little understanding and effort. The purpose of this book is to take the mystery out of interpreting the Bible and show God’s method of interpretation. By applying God’s principles of interpretation, a person develops the skills needed to rightly know what God has said. This is letting God interpret His revelation to us. “Biblical Principles of Biblical Interpretation” has been used in several schools and colleges in their Biblical Interpretation courses. It is written on a level that anyone can understand and apply.

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Is Calvinism Biblical?

     This book was written by an experienced pastor, church planter, and missionary. It is another example of Dr. Abram’s candid, careful and correct examination of a false system of theology, Calvinism, in light of Bible truth. He has made what is sometimes confusing very understandable for the ordinary Christian who longs for Bible truth. Dr. Abrams includes key historical information about John Calvin himself which is both accurate and enlightening. He breaks down the teaching and claims of the Calvinistic system of theology and then examines key Bible passages that are often used to support Calvinism. You will read this book with great profit if you are searching for the plain Biblical truth concerning this subject.

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Proverbs 2:8