Did you know the chemical reactions of fire cause it to be self-perpetuating? Discover how the Bible uses the metaphorical application of this idea, such as Isaiah’s call to stop ‘wickedness burning like fire’, in this almost 90-minute streaming video. Madelon will discuss this as well as ‘fire as the presence of God and much more. Filled with slides that capture key ideas and stunning images from both photographs and world-renowned paintings, you will learn how the idea of fire evolves through the Scriptures with muscular meaning and application today.
There is also an accompanying PDF downloadable document with readings and questions tied to the subject. Use this streaming video for individual study or with a group of friends in either one or two sessions of a group Bible Study.
The package (video plus PDF download of questions) is $24.99, and each member of a Bible Study group can separately purchase the PDF handout for $2.99/per person. (Click this link for the study questions that go with each video.) This video and PDF download are instantly available ‘in the cloud’ after ordering, so there is no DVD or document that needs to be mailed to you.
BibleRoads is pleased to bring you another offering in our commitment to help you fulfill the Biblical command to ‘search the Scriptures (John 5:39).
How it works:
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