The famous philosophical phrase “I think, therefore I am” implies that our own logic and reasoning has led to our existence, and that we are powerful enough to create our own truth. This theology shifts the focus and power from God to men. Professor Walter Veith shows how we are not the Almighty, and just because we think, does not mean that we are. Watch this video to understand the truth: I think, therefore He is. [Click for more info ->]
Can we find righteousness by following God’s law and His law only? Or does faith have to be part and parcel of the deal? In this lecture with Walter Veith, we examine the Bible and learn about justification... [Click for more info ->]
The dietary laws written in Leviticus weren't just for the Jews or for a certain period in time--they apply to us even today. Find out which animals are clean and which ones aren't clean in this interesting and scientific lecture from Dr. Veith. [Click for more info ->]
How can we show Hope, Faith, and Love to others? Can we automatically get eternal life once we have these things? Watch Walter Veith explore the parable of the Good Samaritan, linking it to our current struggles with loving our neighbors as ourselves. [Click for more info ->]
What does it mean to “speak to the Rock”? In this DVD, Walter shows many examples of people speaking to the Rock in the Bible, and how God wants to have a relationship with us in which we speak to Him. [Click for more info ->]
Why do we so easily forget the commandments of the Bible? Though the word “remember” occurs many times throughout the Bible, it seems that we too easily forget. Walter Veith explores John 14-16 and the importance of remembering to follow the word of God as it is written. [Click for more info ->]
How can we present ourselves to our Lord without spot or wrinkle? Even in all our sin, can we still find redemption? Walter Veith parallels our modern day struggles with the story of Jacob’s sinful sons. If they could find forgiveness at the end, can we also?
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If we have all the right answers to tough questions, why are there still unbelievers? What can we do differently to declare the truth to all the nations? Walter Veith presents us with the difference between telling and showing and how we can address difficult questions by living out the answers. [Click for more info ->]
How often do we ignore God’s laws in favour of earthly rules and beliefs? We always find justification for our fleshly impulses, but do our actions reflect that Christ is in our hearts? Walter Veith explores the Herodian Mind and methods in which we can reconcile our worldly laws with God’s law. Part 1 of 2.
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