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Two thousand years ago powerful words were spoken that have withstood the test of time and translation. These words trump tradition, wreck religion, and transform the condition of lives around the globe. Uncovering the meaning of these words in their original language, history, and context is a Bible study adventure.

Welcome to the special introductory episode of the Red Letter Series: Encountering Words That Changed the World! Keith Johnson launches this series with an engaging video presentation that includes an audio option and a downloadable PDF companion study guide on Matthew 3:13-14. This episode sets the stage for the first red letters we encounter in the book of Matthew.

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RED LETTER SERIES: EPISODE 1

Do you know what the first red letters are that were recorded in the book of Matthew? Do you know what they mean? Join Keith Johnson as he jumps right into the Jordan River discussion between John the Baptist and his cousin Yeshua that takes place in Matthew 3:13-14. This series is a Bible study adventure that will uncover the meaning of the red letters in their original language, history, and context.

RED LETTER SERIES: EPISODE 2

In this episode Keith examines Matthew 4:1-4, which includes a red-letter response to the first of three crucial tests that Yeshua must pass. Keith is convinced that these three tests are universal challenges for all humankind. This series is a Bible study adventure that will uncover the meaning of the red letters in their original language, history, and context.

RED LETTER SERIES: EPISODE 3

In this red letter episode find out what happened when the tester took Scripture out of context. Keith is convinced that these three tests are universal challenges for all humankind. This series is a Bible study adventure that will uncover the meaning of the red letters in their original language, history, and context.

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