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John E. Danish

Pastor

Berean Memorial Church

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JOHN CHAPTER 3

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Dr John Danish states, (Pastor, Berean Memorial Church, Berean Tape Ministry, Irving, Tx)]:
[.............'Now [Dr Danish goes on to say] here [in Mt 26:63] these terms Christ and Son of God were equated in this fashion: [Dr Danish, cont.]: [Dr Danish, cont.]: [So Dr. Danish goes on to say]: [Dr Danish, cont.]: Some were saying, "John the Baptist has been raised from the dead, and that is why miraculous powers are at work in him.''' "John the Baptist" = "iOannEs ho baptizOn" = "ho baptizOn" = "the baptizing one" = present, active, participle as a noun = "the Baptist" Just as John the Baptist was still considered the Baptist even while he was in jail, (Mt 14:8), and the one who baptizes, even after he was beheaded, (Mk 6:14); For example, 1 John 1:8 reads, "If we [born again believers] say that we have no sin [="ouk echomen" = present tense] we deceive ourselves". I trust to come unto you, and speak face to face. --2 John 12. 18:6; 27:42; John 3:15, 16, 18; absol. to believe, be a believer in the religion of Christ, Acts 2:44; 4:4, 32; 13:48; trans. to intrust, commit to the charge or power of, Luke 16:11; John 2:24; pass. to be intrusted with, Rom. 3:2; 1 Cor. 9:17"


BIBLE STUDY MANUALS:

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[Notes from audio sermon by Dr. John Danish, Pastor/Teacher, Audio Tape Number 35, Dated 4-8-01, Col 2:8-15, The Philosophy of Deception, Berean Memorial Church, Irving, Texas]:


Berean Memorial Church, Irving Texas

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Dr. John E. Danish
Dr. John E. Danish was born and reared in Chicago, Illinois. Following a tour of military duty in World War II as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, he completed his undergraduate work at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, earning the Bachelor of Arts degree, "cum laude. He pursued graduate studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, majoring in Greek and Systematic Theology and was graduated "with honor," receiving the Master and Doctor of Theology degrees. Dr. Danish exercised his spiritual gift of teaching from 1951 to 2003 as the Pastor-Teacher of Berean Memorial Church of Irving, Texas. He was also the founder and President of Berean Christian Academy and the Director of the Berean Youth Clubs. He and his wife, Lenora, are the parents of three sons and a daughter. Dr. Danish's ministry was based on the principle that the Word of God is living and active (Heb. 4:12), and that his divine calling is to explain that Word to receptive people (Mark 6:11). His objective was always to feed the flock of God's people the spiritual food of Bible doctrine truth (1 Pet. 5:2). He had no desire to be well-known, honored, or followed; he wanted this for the Lord Jesus Christ.


Berean Memorial Church, Irving Texas

www.bereanmemorialchurch.org [cached]

Dr. John E. Danish
Dr. John E. Danish was born and reared in Chicago, Illinois. Following a tour of military duty in World War II as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, he completed his undergraduate work at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, earning the Bachelor of Arts degree, "cum laude. He pursued graduate studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, majoring in Greek and Systematic Theology and was graduated "with honor," receiving the Master and Doctor of Theology degrees. Dr. Danish exercised his spiritual gift of teaching from 1951 to 2003 as the Pastor-Teacher of Berean Memorial Church of Irving, Texas. He was also the founder and President of Berean Christian Academy and the Director of the Berean Youth Clubs. He and his wife, Lenora, are the parents of three sons and a daughter. Dr. Danish's ministry was based on the principle that the Word of God is living and active (Heb. 4:12), and that his divine calling is to explain that Word to receptive people (Mark 6:11). His objective was always to feed the flock of God's people the spiritual food of Bible doctrine truth (1 Pet. 5:2). He had no desire to be well-known, honored, or followed; he wanted this for the Lord Jesus Christ.


Berean Memorial Church, Irving Texas

www.bereanmemorialchurch.org [cached]

Dr. John E. Danish
Dr. John E. Danish was born and reared in Chicago, Illinois. Following a tour of military duty in World War II as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, he completed his undergraduate work at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, earning the Bachelor of Arts degree, "cum laude. He pursued graduate studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, majoring in Greek and Systematic Theology and was graduated "with honor," receiving the Master and Doctor of Theology degrees. Dr. Danish exercised his spiritual gift of teaching from 1951 to 2003 as the Pastor-Teacher of Berean Memorial Church of Irving, Texas. He was also the founder and President of Berean Christian Academy and the Director of the Berean Youth Clubs. He and his wife, Lenora, are the parents of three sons and a daughter. Dr. Danish's ministry was based on the principle that the Word of God is living and active (Heb. 4:12), and that his divine calling is to explain that Word to receptive people (Mark 6:11). His objective was always to feed the flock of God's people the spiritual food of Bible doctrine truth (1 Pet. 5:2). He had no desire to be well-known, honored, or followed; he wanted this for the Lord Jesus Christ.


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