Ron Dart Miscellaneous Sermons

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Babylon the Great
A very interesting sermon on the history and prophecy of Mystery Babylon the Great. Addressed: The Holy Roman Empire of the German Reich. The 3rd Reich. The beast, the horns, the waters, the kings (successive or concurrent?), the great city, the 7 hills, 666. Dart relates incredible stories of the persecution of Jews by: A German Constantine; During the inquisition; By Martin Luther (who wrote "Letter against the Sabbath Keepers"); and by Hitler ("It's time to fulfill this Biblical prophecy"). Dart tracks Babylon all the way from Daniel 2 through to today. How do the Catholics view Babylon? Prophecies of the destruction of Babylon - Old and New Testaments.
Sacred Names 1
Dart shreds the doctrine that one must use only the sacred names of the Godhead in order to be saved. He discredits Jacob O. Meyer’s book “The Memorial Name”, refuting it point by point. Subjects: The use of names in English vs Hebrew; Explanation of the name “I AM”; Should names of the Old Testament be translated or transliterated? Dart addresses the assertion that the entire New Testament was written only in Hebrew and later translated, and shows how this not only has zero evidence, if true it would invalidate the entire New Testament.
Sacred Names 2
The Unleavened Man
What Happens When You Die?
A comparison of the death of Socrates and all his philosophies on the immortality of the soul and the death of Jesus and the Biblical truth. Tyndale and Luther both agree with the Bible that death is sleep, unconsciousness. Paul’s explanation of the catastrophic consequences of no resurrection – yet millions of professing Christians today say there is no resurrection. Dart speaks on the incredible and tremendously encouraging truth about the resurrection.
Romans Bible Study
Dart gives a Bible study on Romans, starting with the book’s background. This is an overview, and not a verse-by-verse analysis. Romans, more than any other epistle, seems to pull everything together with a balance between law and grace. It is divided into 3 sections. Chapters 1-8 compares and contrasts sin and salvation with respect to both the Jews and the Gentiles. Chapters 9-11 address the Jewish rejection of the Jewish Messiah, and Paul’s theology of their future. Chapters 12-16 involve personal aspects and salutations.