Easter 2009, Hallelujah Chorus, St. Mark United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia



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Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus performed by the Atlanta St. Mark United Methodist Church Chancel Choir, Brass ensemble, and timpani for Easter 2009.

0 [SMBC1.3] Pastor Charles Ellington at St. Mark Baptist Church (Little Rock, AR) April ’09_Clip3of3



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Here Hope Deliverance Temple #4 COGIC Pastor and Gospel Recording Artist, Charles Ellington, is seen again walking in his destiny. Ministering in song as only he can, Pastor Ellington ushers in the spirit of praise and worship at St. Mark Baptist Church (Little Rock, AR). As soon as you feel the move of the spirit, click the above links to order music and support the ministry of this awesome man of God. [SMBC1.3]

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Introduction of Mark Martin, by Dale Ratzlaff



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Dale Ratzlaff founded Life Assurance Ministries, Inc., which publishes Proclamation! magazine, in 2000. He was a fourth-generation Seventh-day Adventist and pastored in the denomination for 13 years, seven of which he spent as a Bible teacher at Monterey Bay Academy, La Selva Beach, California.

Near the end of his doctoral program at Adventism’s Andrews University in the 1980s, Dale did an in-depth study of the denomination’s doctrine of the investigative judgment and the cleansing of the heavenly sanctuary, events which Adventists teach began in 1844. Becoming convinced he could no longer teach this doctrine in clear conscience, he and his wife Carolyn left the Adventism.

He published Sabbath in Crisis (now Sabbath in Christ) in 1990. In 1996 he published The Cultic Doctrine of Seventh-day Adventists, and in 2000 he produced The Truth about Seventh-day Adventist Truth, which was revised and republished in 2005 and again in 2008. Last year Dale also released his autobiography, Truth Led Me Out. Dale and Carolyn reside in Peoria, Arizona.

Differences Between Proselytizing & Street Epistemology | Mark – Toronto | Atheist Experience 21.42



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The Atheist Experience 21.42 for October 29, 2017, with Tracie Harris and Guest Anthony Magnabosco.

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We do moderate the blog, the same way that we moderate chat during the show, as well as comments on our Facebook group. For comment sections that are “officially” associated with our show (and, to a much lesser extent, channels that may give the unintended appearance of being official), we prefer not to play host to straight up ad hominem attacks and bigotry. As a general policy we do not block commenters simply on the basis of disagreement with our point of view. However, we do prefer discussion environments that don’t actively chase off more reasonable contributors.

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John Mark Harrison invites people to annual meeting



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Join us for the 2018 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Annual Meeting in Greensboro on Nov. 5-6, 2018. John Mark Harrison, pastor at Apex Baptist Church, will be bringing the convention sermon. Visit ncannualmeeting.org.

Mark of the Austin Stone | Atheist Experience #695 & #696



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All three phone calls from “Mark,” a member of the Austin Stone Community Church ( ), from The Atheist Experience #695 (with Russell Glasser and Martin Wagner) and #696 (with Matt Dillahunty and Jeff Dee). In all three cases, “Mark” hung up on the hosts. Apparently the same caller previously called in as “Andrew” (show #686) and as “Mike” (show #693).

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► (#695; 2011-02-06; Russell Glasser & Martin Wagner)
► (#696; 2011-02-13; Matt Dillahunty & Jeff Dee)

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Pastor Matt Chandler Bible Study in Church 2016 – Mark Dever, Matt Chandler, Kevin DeYoung



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This video Pastor Matt Chandler Bible Study in Church 2016 – Mark Dever, Matt Chandler, Kevin DeYoung
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Chandler was born in Seattle, Washington. His father was in the military, causing him to move multiple times. They lived in Olympia, Washington; Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan; Alameda, California and Galveston, Texas. In Texas, the 6′ 5″ Chandler was a member of the high school football team. He oftens refers to the fact that Jeff Faircloth, a football teammate, was quick to share the good news of Jesus with him in a way that intrigued Chandler. Over the course of two years, Chandler attended church gatherings, opposed the beliefs, raised questions and doubts against Christianity and eventually submitted his life to the Lordship of Christ.[3]
Following high school, Chandler acquired his first job, as a janitor at Pine Drive Christian School in Dickinson, Texas. Chandler first spoke in front of a crowd when he was asked to share his testimony at a high school chapel. He was then offered a job as a youth minister at a small Baptist church in La Marque, Texas at the age of 18. Chandler moved to Abilene, Texas where he attended Hardin-Simmons University. While there, Chandler began leading the weekly Grace Bible Study at the Paramount Theater,which grew from a couple of hundred attendees to a couple of thousand. Chandler earned a Bible degree from Hardin-Simmons University. In 1996, Chandler was hired by Beltway Park Baptist Church under pastor David McQueen. In 1999, Chandler started a non-profit called Waiting Room Ministries with close friend Shane Barnard. Chandler twice started seminary classes but dropped out both times because he felt that he had acquired the tools he was learning from seminary back in bible school. He married his wife, Lauren, on July 31, 1999, and they have three children: Audrey, Reid and Norah.
A woman on the board of his non-profit organization asked Chandler to put in a résumé at Highland Village First Baptist Church. Chandler claims he did not expect to get the job due to conflicts in beliefs. Despite this, he was offered the job, and in 2002 he accepted the position. The church at that point had an attendance of 160 people. Now known as The Village Church, it has since grown to over 14,000 attendees. Chandler says his character was partially shaped by John Piper
On Thanksgiving morning in 2009, Chandler had a seizure at his home[10] and was later diagnosed with anaplastic oligodendroglioma, a malignant brain tumor. Chandler commented in June 2010 that he believed that God healed his cancer. He received treatment at Baylor University Medical Center and was given a clean bill of health in September 2010.
In March 2012, Chandler was named president of Acts 29 Network, succeeding Mark Driscoll, who had helped found the network of church planters. Acts 29 Network is a partnership of church plants that has grown to over 400 churches in the United States and around the world.

SDA Pastor C. Baldwin: Sunday Not Mark Of The Beast, 666 Not Pope, SOP & Pioneers Incorrect, Pt 2..



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Dr.Clinton Baldwin said in (minute marker 7:40 – 8:45). SDA members should go back and read June 2002 Sabbath School Lesson, in order to understand the mark of the beast and 666. The symbols used on Religious Hardtalk are all satanic including Islam the half moon and the star. www.sdadefend.com/Defend-foundation/666.htm

AN UNUSUAL STATEMENT-On pp. 85-86 of the June 2002 Senior Sabbath School Lesson Quarterly
(reprinted below), several remarkable claims are made:
1. The number 666, in Revelation 13:17-18, could apply to the names of lots of people . That is not
true. The number can only be applied to a relatively few individuals. Select 100 names and see
how many fit 666; probably only one or two.

2. The number probably only refers to “humanity”; that is, all human beings. We will let the official
English Bible of the Roman Catholic Church refute that claim:

“Six hundred sixty-six. The numeral letters of his name shall make up this number.”-
Revelation 13:18 in the Rheims-Douay (Rheims-Douai) Bible.

THE SENIOR SABBATH SCHOOL QUARTERLY FOR SECOND QUARTER, 2002
Thursday June 6
THE MARK AND NUMBER OF THE BEAST (Rev 13:16-18; 14:1).
What is John’s purpose in mentioning the mark and number of the beast? Rev. 13:16-18. Why do we say that those who keep Sunday do not have the mark of the beast now? Why is it important that we make this point clear?
The number of the beast. The mark, the name, and the number of the beast are closely related (Rev. 13: 17). Many suggestions have been made to explain the meaning of 666. Here we must be very careful. The Bible does not say that the number is the added numerical value of the letters of a name. Some see in the meaning of 666 a symbol of humanity separated from God. Humans were created on the sixth day, and the number can stand as a symbol for humanity without divine rest (the seventh day). Humans have claimed ultimate independ­ence from God (the cause of their fall), and even now they do not want to find rest in Christ.
Over the years, numerous Bible students have come up with various explanations for the 666. Some found significance in the fact that if you added up the number of letters in the name of a former president of the United States, Ronald Wilson Reagan, it came to 666; others saw meaning in that, years ago, all the buses in Jerusalem had 666 on their license plates. This is futile speculation that adds nothing toward understanding truth. The important point is that God’s Word has given us enough information to know what the key issues are and who the players will be in the last days, even if we do not know all the details for now, such as the precise meaning of 666.
Friday June 7

Please note the following points in conclusion to this week’s study:
1. Vicarills Filii Dei (Vicar of the Son of God). Since the Reformation, this papal title has been used to calculate the number 666. But there are several questions that should make us cautious. First, it is not clear that this title is an official one. Second. there is no clear indication in Revelation 13 that the number is based on the numeri­cal value of the letters of a name. The phrase “it is the number of a man” (vs. 18, NIV) could be translated “it is the number of [humanity]”; that is, of humans separated from God. Third, those who insist in counting the numerical value of letters confront the problem of – deciding which language will be used. Because the text does not identify any language, the selection of a particular one will be somewhat arbitrary. At the present time, the symbolism of intensi­fied rebellion, six used three times, and total independence from God seem to be the best option. Time will reveal the full meaning of the symbol….

Russell Ronnebaum & Joel Pierce, 4-hand piano at St Mark Catholic Church (11-3-18)



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Hungarian Dance no. 5—Johannes Brahms 0:07
Carol of the Bells—arr. Ronnebaum 3:05
Nocturne op. 54 no. 4—Edvard Greig 9:06
Fantasy in F Minor op. 103—Franz Schubert 13:21
Ave Maria—Schubert arr. Ronnebaum 32:31
Danny Elfman Suite—Danny Elfman arr. Ronnebaum 39:27
The Stars and Stripes Forever—John Philip Sousa arr. Ronnebaum 49:19

Pianists Russell Ronnebaum and Joel Pierce present a 4-hand piano recital at St. Mark Catholic Church in Tucson, Arizona

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Mark – Brampton, Ontario, Canada | Atheist Experience #901



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AXP #901 Clip – Caller Mark from Brampton, Ontario, Canada

The Atheist Experience #901 for January 18, 2015, with Jen Peeples and Jon Iacoletti.

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