1) Dr. McGee explains the phrase "Egypt my people" in Isaiah 19:25. 2) Dr. McGee explains Jeremiah 2:13. 3) Could you discuss the Rapture and the end times as it applies to 1 Thessalonians 5:1-10 and 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12? 4) Who is Ephraim in Hosea 4:17? 5) Why do you say that Christ Jesus was the final word of God to man and then go on to quote Paul? 6) In John 17:6-26 is Jesus speaking only about those whom God gave to him or about the whole world? 7) Could you explain your views on eternal security?
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Questions and Answers offers Dr. J. Vernon McGee's signature wit and wisdom in answering Bible questions sent to him by radio listeners throughout his years of ministry.
Acerca de Dr. J. Vernon McGee
John Vernon McGee was born in Hillsboro, Texas, in 1904. Dr. McGee remarked, "When I was born and the doctor gave me the customary whack, my mother said that I let out a yell that could be heard on all four borders of Texas!" His Creator well knew that he would need a powerful voice to deliver a powerful message.
After completing his education (including a Th.M. and Th.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary), he and his wife came west, settling in Pasadena, California. Dr. McGee's greatest pastorate was at the historic Church of the Open Door in downtown Los Angeles, where he served from 1949 to 1970.
He began teaching Thru the Bible in 1967. After retiring from the pastorate, he set up radio headquarters in Pasadena, and the radio ministry expanded rapidly. Listeners never seem to tire of Dr. J. Vernon McGee's unique brand of rubber-meets-the-road teaching, or his passion for teaching the whole Word of God.
On the morning of December 1, 1988, Dr. McGee fell asleep in his chair and quietly passed into the presence of his Savior.
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