Ed Rabel 1976 New Testament Lectures

METAPHYSICAL BIBLE INTERPRETATION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT
This is a series of lectures given by Mr. Edward Rabel, member of the faculty of S.M.R.S.
Winter semester 1976 - 2nd. Yr. Class.

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to Metaphysical Bible Interpretation
  2. Key Symbols in the Gospels
  3. The Birth of Jesus
  4. The Childhood of Jesus
  5. The Baptism of Jesus
  6. Satan or the Devil
  7. The Calling of the Disciples
  8. The Wedding at Cana
  9. Cleansing the Temple
  10. Nicodemus and Jesus
  11. Jesus in Samaria
  12. Rabbi eat
  13. Healing the Officials Son
  14. The First Rejection at Nazareth
  15. Jesus Finds Four Fishers of Men
  16. Jesus casting out a demon
  17. Jesus Heals a Lame Man on the Sabbath
  18. Father-Son Relationship
  19. Jesus Heals a Centurion's Servant
  20. The Message from the Baptist
  21. Woes Upon the Cities
  22. The Anointing of Christ's Feet
  23. Accusation of League with Beelzebub
  24. Scribes and Pharisees Demand a Sign
  25. Christ's Family Seek to Take Him Home
  26. Three subjects taught by Jesus
  27. Parable of the Tares
  28. Jesus Heals the Gerasene Demoniac
  29. Woman who Touched Christ's Garment
  30. Rejection of Jesus at Nazareth
  31. Attitude Toward Rejection
  32. The Tradition of the Elders
  33. The Canaanite Woman's Faith
  34. The Walking on the Waters Experience
  35. The Reception at Gennesaret
  36. Popular Messianic Expectations
  37. Not Peace, but a Sword
  38. The Death of John the Baptist
  39. The Feeding of the 5,000
  40. Glorification of the Son of Man
  41. The Blind Man in Bethsaida
  42. Peter's Declaration About Jesus
  43. Jesus Fortells His Death
  44. The Transfiguration
  45. The Cross and Self-Denial
  46. Jesus Cures a Boy with a Demon
  47. Jesus Again Foretells His Death and Resurrection
  48. Jesus and the Temple Tax
  49. Temptations to Sin
  50. Long Parable on Forgiveness
  51. Would-Be Followers of Jesus
  52. Samaritan Village Refuses Jesus
  53. The Woman Caught in Adultery
  54. The Man Born Blind Receives Sight
  55. Jesus the Good Shepherd
  56. The Mission of the Seventy
  57. Jesus Rejoices
  58. The Good Samaritan
  59. Jesus Visits Martha and Mary
  60. Jesus and Beelzebul
  61. The Parable of the Rich Fool
  62. Repent or Perish
  63. Humility and Hospitality
  64. The Parable of the Great Dinner
  65. The Parable of the Prodigal Son
  66. The Parable of the Dishonest Manager
  67. Lord, Increase our Faith
  68. The Parable of the Unprofitable Servant
  69. Jesus Raises Lazarus to Life
  70. The Coming of the Kingdom
  71. The Parable of the Widow and the Unjust Judge
  72. The Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector
  73. Teaching About Divorce
  74. The Rich Ruler
  75. The Laborers in the Vineyard
  76. The Request of James and John
  77. Jesus and Zacchaeus
  78. The Authority of Jesus Questioned
  79. The Parable of the Wicked Tenants
  80. The Parable of the Wedding Banquet
  81. The Question about Paying Taxes
  82. The Questions about the Resurrection
  83. The First Commandment
  84. The Widow's Offering
  85. Watch and Pray
  86. Watch and Observe Within
  87. Judgment of the Nations
  88. Spirit, Soul and Body as Being
  89. The Institution of the Lord's Supper
  90. The Fourteenth Chapter of John
  91. Whatever You Ask of the Father
  92. The Sixteenth Chapter of John
  93. Jesus Prays for His Disciples
  94. The Betrayal and Arrest of Jesus
  95. What is a Divine Idea?
  96. Jesus Appears to Mary Magdalene
  97. The Last Statements of Jesus
  98. Do Not Hold On To Me
  99. The Walk to Emmaus
  100. Jesus and Thomas
  101. Children, Have Ye Aught to Eat?
  102. Peter, Do You Love Me?
  103. Jesus and the Beloved Disciple

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