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"But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law," Gal. 4:4
We are about to study the most important period of time in history. On the life of Christ the destiny of world hung. For about 4,000 years God had been preparing the world to receive His Son. Everything had to be right. If Christ failed, there would be no second chance - every human being would be destined to Hell and the universe would be corrupt forever. Satan would give his best effort to cause Jesus to sin - just once. No other period of history would ever be like this, yet the majority of people alive at that time moved around totally unaware of the great war that was being fought all around them.
A study of the Life and Times of Jesus is the most important study we can make. This is the beginning of one such study. It will take you from the birth of Christ to the Jordan River. Later courses will complete the study. The first two lessons are background information to help you picture and understand the city of Jerusalem and the times into which Christ was born.
This course is taken from Dr. Alfred Edersheim's classic work: The Life And Times Of Jesus The Messiah. Dr. Edersheim was a Christian Jewish scholar who is well-recognized for his knowledge of Jewish society and customs in the time of Jesus. This course will give you a rich understanding of what the Bible teaches about the birth and pre-ministry life of Jesus as well as the social context in which He lived, then you will be able to study the Scripture with fresh eyes. Come back in time with us now to the days when Jesus walked the earth in human flesh...
Click on the link below and sign up for this free self-study course. You will receive 1 workbook every 7 days until the course is finished.
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