Author Archives: Scott Smelser

Led by the Spirit: biblical usage vs. common misperception

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Journeys of Paul (Acts 13-28)

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3 minute overview: archaeological evidence of biblical figures

This 2nd video highlights archaeological finds. To catch all the references and other info simply go back through using the pause button where needed. Thanks! For more extensive articles on biblical archaeology and on biblical locations, visit Ferrell Jenkin’s blog: http://ferrelljenkins.wordpress.com/ text below Welcome to 3 M Bible study : archaeological evidence for biblical figures. […]

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Overview of Bible History Timeline in 3 Minutes

Here’s the first video, a Bible timeline in 3 minutes. Hope you can use it and share it! I’m posting the script here (with scripture references added), in case you’d like to review it in a text format. If you would like to get updates when new videos are posted, just enter your email address […]

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Script for the 3 minute TIMELINE video

First 3minute video is now online: “Overview of Biblical History,” a timeline. If you’d like to review the script in text form, I’ve posted it here (with textual references added).  Welcome to 3 Minute Bible Study on biblical history: In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth (Gen. 1:1), and God created man […]

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3 Minutes…

Obviously, a 3 minute video is not a substitute for more thorough and longer Bible study later. But if you have 3 minutes and would like a graphics loaded introduction to a biblical topic, we hope you will find these compact videos to deliver “good measure, pressed down, shaken together,” [Lk. 6:38].  May they also […]

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  • 3 Minute Bible Study Videos

    Timeline Overview Video:

    Romans Overview Video:

    The Good Samaritan:

    Led by the Spirit

    Journeys of Paul

    Documenting Jesus in History

    Biblical Archaeological Evidence: