The apostle Peter wrote of Paul’s writings that there were some things hard to be understood. The aim of this lectureship is to clear up some of the difficult passages in the New Testament. General studies such as hermeneutics and interpolation open the book. Difficult texts are discussed in the order in which they appear in the New Testament. Speakers/writers include Robert R. Taylor, Jr., Tom Holland, Winfred Clark, Goebel Music, Bobby Duncan, Wendell Winkler, Johnny Ramsey, and more.
Examples of texts discussed are:
- Matt. 12:1-10: Does David’s eating the showbread teach situation ethics?
- Acts 19:1-7: John’s baptism and "rebaptism”
- Romans 13:1-7: Can a Christian kill for his government?
- 1 John 2:20-27: An unction from the Holy One
- Revelation 13: 16-18: The 144,000; The mark of the beast
and more than 50 others.