Traditionally ascribed to Jude, a brother of both James and the Lord, mentioned in Matthew 13:58, Jude had wanted to write a rather thorough theological treatise, but present circumstances in the church compel him to address a different topic: what believers can do in days of apostasy. Written sometime in the late 80s or early 90s, this epistle offers very practical advice for those living in what appear to be the "end times". Listen closely as Logos Bible Study’s Dr. Bill Creasy walks us through the cautionary events described by the author for the church and it’s followers in what seems to be the closing moments of God’s church here on earth.
Biblical scholar Dr. Bill Creasy covers the Epistle of Jude, one of the shortest books of the New Testament. Speaking during the reign of non-believers, Jude encourages readers to still follow the teachings of Christ. Dr. Creasy holds a PhD from UCLA and exhibits incredible knowledge in this live sermon. Much of what Creasy says is improvised on the spot, which keeps his message engaging. In particular, Creasy has a knack for varied pacing, juxtaposing dramatic pauses with rapid-fire sections. This audio lecture brings a whole new level of understanding to Jude's epistle.
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