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Mr. Dart has been teaching the Bible's basic truths for more than 40 years. He is the founder of Christian Educational Ministries.

Mr. Dart has been teaching the Bible's basic truths for more than 40 years. He is the founder of Christian Educational Ministries.
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Whitehouse, TX

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Mr. Dart has been teaching the Bible's basic truths for more than 40 years. He is the founder of Christian Educational Ministries.

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English

Contact:

Christian Educational Ministries P.O. Box 560 Whitehouse, TX 75791 903 839 9300


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Christian Mysticism

10/12/2018
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Why is that some Christian folk become involved in mysticism? It is utterly foreign to me, but has a strong appeal to some. It seems to be based on the idea of knowledge that is only available to a few initiated ones. Is all the information that is important available to all (exoteric) or is it limited to a chosen few (esoteric)? There is in man an insatiable thirst for meaning in his life. The question we are going to have to answer is where that meaning is going to come from. Is it from...

Duration:00:28:15

Doctrines, Creeds, and Dogmas

10/11/2018
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If you are a Christian, and a member of a church, your church probably has some set of beliefs that it expects all of its members to hold. That’s probably not as big a deal in some community churches as it might have been in generations past, but don’t imagine for a moment that it’s gone away. Birds of a feather flock together, and that it nowhere more evident than in Christian churches. It isn’t just beliefs, either. Cultural differences can be important as well. We can say that everyone is...

Duration:00:28:15

About the Jewish Sabbath #3

10/10/2018
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You know, it isn’t generally realized that even the non-Jews among the first Christians were already God-fearers and Sabbath keepers before their conversion to Christ. They had come to understand the God of the Bible, to believe in the God of the Bible, and to believe in his Law. And while, in most cases, they had not gone as far as being circumcised, they nevertheless attended synagogue, listened to the Scriptures being read, and tried to order their lives along those lines. Now, what...

Duration:00:28:13

About the Jewish Sabbath #2

10/9/2018
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What did the first Christians believe about the Sabbath day? Did the first Gentile Christians see this important issue differently from the Jewish Christians of that era? An unusual group of Christians developed quite early in a town called Antioch in Syria, near the coast. The church came into existence when some Jews from Cyprus fled there after the big persecution described in Acts 8. They spoke to the Greeks about the gospel and the result was one of the most forward-looking churches of...

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About the Jewish Sabbath #1

10/8/2018
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What did the first Christians believe about the Jewish Sabbath day? Now, when I speak of the first Christians, I’m talking about those Christians who were alive and working while the New Testament was being written. I’m not including second-century Christians as among the . I’m talking about Peter, James and John, Aquila and Priscilla, Paul, Apollos, and the entire leadership and membership of the Christian community while that New Testament was being written. What did those people think...

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Christian Socialism

10/5/2018
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I have been fascinated for some years now by the efforts of many Christians to sort out who they are, politically. For the longest time, they were nobody. Then came Jerry Falwell and the Moral Majority; and politics hasn’t recovered from that yet. privateout But now that Christians have awakened from their long sleep and considered that perhaps their faith ought to inform the way they vote, there are counter voices being raised. For one thing, most churches and ministries are recognized as...

Duration:00:28:15

If We Miss Them Now...

10/1/2018
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Duration:00:55:29

You Are the Miracle

9/30/2018
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Duration:00:37:15

The Passing

9/29/2018
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Duration:00:27:40

A Man Alone

9/28/2018
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Duration:00:42:02

Jesus and the Oral Law

9/28/2018
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The Sermon on the Mount is easily the best known of all Jesus’ discourses, probably because every beginning preacher is encouraged by his mentor to speak about that sermon. So even if you don’t read the Bible very much, you still would have heard, The sermon is a memorable work, with the poetic leading the way. Each of these could be the subject for a much longer exposition. , for example, would make a strong theme for a full sermon. But early on in Jesus’ discourse that day, there is a...

Duration:00:28:19

One Candle

9/27/2018
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Duration:00:36:55

The Birth of Christ

9/26/2018
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Duration:00:51:04

Christian Holidays #19

9/26/2018
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I had a friend once who allowed that human beings were, to God, like fish eggs. We were sitting in the sun on a bass boat trying unsuccessfully to catch something and he was trying to make sense of the world. A fishing boat is a great place for philosophizing. , he said, My friend speculated that God, in order to bring a few sons to his kingdom, had to put billions of us here on the earth to allow for wastage. I had to admit that the idea had a perverse logic to it. But what did it say...

Duration:00:28:02

Not Home Yet

9/24/2018
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Duration:00:38:20

Christian Holidays #17

9/24/2018
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I hesitate to tell you this, because when you find out what I want to talk about, you are liable to punch the button on your radio, click a button in your browser, and head off into other pursuits. I have given this a lot of thought and study, and I have come to the conclusion that, sooner or later, one way or another, we are all going to die. See, I knew you would want to buzz off, but stay with me a minute. I take my vitamins in hope of getting rid of some of the creaks, and I follow my...

Duration:00:27:33

We Didn't Know

9/23/2018
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Duration:00:11:16

Christian Holidays #16

9/21/2018
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It seems to me that we of the Christian faith have lost touch with our roots in some very important ways. We are so comfortable in the modern world, so at home in it, so “in touch”, that some of our old hymns really don’t mean much to us any longer. “On Jordan’s stormy banks I stand and cast a wistful eye, To Canaan’s fair and happy land where my possessions lie.” or This world is not my home, I’m just a-passin’ through. If heaven’s not my home, O Lord what shall I do? What do Jordan and...

Duration:00:27:36