Mind the Gap
A study from Malachi to Matthew:
Between the Testaments
400 BC to 4 BC.
Lesson 1: IT’S IMPORTANT TO MIND THE GAP
An introduction to the study.
Play 1: It's Important to Mind Gap
Lesson 2: THE DIFFERING TEXTUAL TRADITIONS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
The Hebrew Scriptures throughout history.
Play 2: The Differing Textual Traditions of the Old Testament
Lesson 3: A History of Israel, 1400 BC-539 BC
The history of Israel in the Hebrew Scriptures.
Play 3: A History of Israel, 1400 BC - 539 BC
Lesson 4: The Persian Empire, 539 to 333 BC
King Cyrus of Persia and the rise of the Persian Empire.
Play 4: The Persian Empire, 539 BC to 333 BC
Lesson 5: The Grecian Empire, 333 to 146 BC
Alexander the Great and the rise of the Grecian Empire.
Play 5: The Grecian Empire, 333 BC to 146 BC
Lesson 6: The Maccabean Revolt, 167 to 160 BC
Hanukkah’s origin in a rebellion against the Greeks.
Play 6: The Maccabean Revolt, 167 - 160 BC
Lesson 7: The Hasmonean Dynasty, Part 1, 110 to 63 BC
The rise of the Hasmoneans Dynasty in Israel.
Play 7: The Hasmonean Dynast, Part I, 110 BC to 63 BC
Lesson 8: The Hasmonean Dynasty, Part 2, 110 to 63 BC
The Hasmonean Dynasty in Israel.
Play 8: The Hasmonean Dynasty, Part 2, 110 BC to 63 BC
Lesson 9 The Roman Republic, 753 BC-AD 476
The ancient Roman Republic turns into the Roman Empire.
Play 9: The Roman Republic Becomes an Empire, 753 BC to AD 476
Lesson 10: The Rise of Herod the Great, 73 BC to 4 BC
The rise of Herod as a Roman vassal king of the Jews.
Play 10: The Rise of Herod the Great
Lesson 11: Herod the Great, King of the Jews, 40 BC to 4 BC
Examining the wicked and cruel reign of Herod.
Play 11: Herod the Great, King of the Jews, 40 BC to 4 BC
Lesson 12: King Herod Compared to the King of Kings
Comparing the king of the Jews to the King of kings.
Play 12: King Herod Compared to the King of Kings
Lesson 13: At That Time, Michael Shall Rise, AD 27
Daniel prophecies the coming of the Messiah.
Play 13: At That Time, Michael Shall Rise (AD 27)
Lesson 14: A Summary of Between the Testaments
Two summaries of what we’ve studied; notes only.