Category: Ecclesiastes 2015
The book of Ecclesiastes, or “the Preacher,” is unique in scripture. There is no other book like it, because it is the only book in the Bible that reflects a human, rather than a divine, point of view. This book is filled with error. And yet it is wholly inspired. This may confuse some people, because many feel that inspiration is a guarantee of truth. This is not necessarily so. Inspiration merely guarantees accuracy from a particular point of view; if it is God’s point of view it is true; if it is man’s point of view it may be true, and it may not. If it is the Devil’s point of view it may or may not be true, as well, but the Devil’s ultimate end, of course, is evil. Inspiration guarantees an accurate reflection of these various points of view.
Caitlin McCallum and Laura Brown talked about Ecclesiastes 8-12.
This is a teaching on Ecclesiastes 8-12 by Carlell and Alex
Scott Pfeiffer and Tom Smith finish up the book of Ecclesiastes with a teaching about more ways that life is futile without the Lord.
Ian Mcullough and Kyle McCallum teach out of Ecclesiastes 7 about the futility of righteousness.
This is a teaching on Ecclesiastes 7 by Chris and Craig
Adam Esterle and Logan Tiller teach about what it means to be self-righteous and what the Bible has to say about it.
Bryan Bassett and Zak Rozler teach on Ecclesiastes 6 about the the futility of life.
Jordan Yoerger and Corey Tarter teach about how the infantile way of life does not work as adults.
This is a teaching on Ecclesiastes 6 by Becky and Rich
This is a teaching on Ecclesiastes 5 by Greg and Carlell