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Topic: Maccabees (Books)

Episode Topic Audio

2020-12-28
Rabbi's Refusing to Recognize the Messiah: How do you think that Rabbi's explain this passage and refuse to acknowledge that Jesus is the messiah? [Daniel 9:25-26].
The Maccabeans: Could you talk about the Maccabeans (Judas & Mattathias)?


2020-07-13
Books Removed from the Bible: Why did church leaders remove some of the books of the, such as, Enoch, and Maccabees?



2019-07-09
Maccabees: Can you help me understand more about the Maccabees and the Maccabeean Revolt and the connection to Charles Martel and Charlemagne?



2018-01-18
Apocrypha-Maccabees: Shouldn't the Apocrypha books, especially the Books of Maccabees, not have been taken out of the Bible? Shouldn't we get grass-roots movement saying they should be put back in there?



2017-06-01
The Book of Maccabees & the Ark of the Covenant: The Book of Maccabees said not to mark where the Ark of the Covenant is but that it was buried.



2016-01-06
Books of Maccabees & Esther: What's more special about the Esther that it's included in the canon of Scriprure but Maccabees is not?



2015-06-25
1 & 2 Maccabees: Did the Maccabees books used to be in the Bible & they took them out & if they did, why did they take them out? Was the time period for the Maccabees about the abomination of desolation in Daniel?
KJV Only People: How do KJV only people deal w/ the fact that the Maccabees books used to be in the KJV? There were several different versions of the KJV!


2014-10-06
Abomination of Desolation & Man of Lawlessness: What is the Abomination of Desolation in Daniel & Matthew 24? Who is the Man of Lawlessness? Hank Hanegraaff thinks it's Antiochus Epiphanes IV. [Daniel 9:27, 12:11, Matthew 24:15, Mark 13:14]
Using Maccabees as a reference: Is it appropriate to use the books of Maccabees as a historical reference?

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