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The History Addict's Sermons, Commentaries, and Sunday School Lesson Series


Sermons


Outline notes for these sermons included on a dedicated page.

"Dead men give out dead sermons, and dead sermons kill."
E.M. Bounds


Sermon: The War Unseen: A topical sermon on the internal and external war between good and evil (multiple selected scriptural references)


Sermon: Your Pride, God HATES It!: A Sermon on Daniel 4


Sermon: Images of Gold: A Sermon on Daniel 3


Sermon: But Even If: A Hermeneutical Sermon of Daniel 3


Sermon: To Stand: An Exegetic Military Historiography of Ephesians 6:10-17


Sermons


Just the MP3 file for these sermons, no notes included.



Sermon: Soldiers.
(Roman 13:3-5, 1 Peter 2: 13-17, 1 John 3:11-18)


Sermon: Signs From God: The Third Week of Advent.
(Luke 1:26-33, 1:5-24, 2:8-14; Judges 13:2-7, 24-25a)


Sermon: Rejoice! The Third Sunday of Advent.
(Isa 35:1-6a, 10; Ps 146:7-10; James 5:7-10; Matthew 11:2-11)


Sermon: Dream of the Four Empires: Exegetical Sermon on Daniel 2.



Sermon: Be Not Worried: Topical Sermon Based on Matthew 6:25-34.










Commentaries



Commentary: Pearls Before Swine: A Brief Exegetical Examination of Matthew 7:6

Sunday School/Bible Fellowship Group Lessons


Apologectics 5: What About Evil?


Apologectics 4a: What About Other Christian Views of God?


Apologectics 4: What About Other Religious Views of God?


Apologectics 3: What Is God Like?


Apologectics 2: Does God Exist?


Apologectics 1: Introduction


Revelation 20-22: The Triumph of Almighty God


Revelation 17-19: The Return of the Lord God Almighty


Revelation 15-16: The Last Seven Plagues


Revelation 14: The Song of the Redeemed and the Grapes of Wrath


Revelation 13: The Beasts


Revelation 12: The War in Heaven


Revelation 10-11: The Mighty Angel, Little Scroll, Two Witnesses, and the Seventh Trumpet


Revelation 8-9: The Seventh Seal, Six Trumpets, and Two Woes


Revelation 6-7: The Seven-Sealed Scroll, Part II


Revelation 4-5: The Seven-Sealed Scroll, Part I


Revelation 2-3: The Messages to the Seven Churches


Revelation 1:1-20: The Glorious Appearance of Christ, and the Seven Churches of Asia


Introduction to the Book of Revelation


Ezekiel 33-3: Israel's Future Restoration and Blessing


Ezekiel 25-32: Judgment Against the Nations


Ezekiel 12:1-19:14: Signs, Messages and Parables of Judgment


Ezekiel 8-11: Visions of Judgment


Ezekiel 4-7: Signs & Messages of Judgment


Ezekiel 1-3: Ezekiel Is Commissioned A Prophet


Daniel 11:36-12:12: The Rise and Fall of the Antichrist


Daniel 11:1-35: The King of the North and the King of the South


Daniel 10: Daniel's Vision of a Man


Daniel 9: Prophecy of the Seventy-Seven Weeks


Daniel 8: The Dream of the Two Beasts


Daniel 7: The Dream of the Four Beasts


Daniel 3: But Even If


1 Peter 3:15: When You "Walk Across The Room," What Will They Say?


Matthew 6:25-34: Do Not Worry



Other Resources


Selected Confederate Soldier's Prayers

Confederate Chaplain Rev. Moses Drury Hoge

Confederate Chaplain Rev. E. M. Bounds

Some of my favorite scripture passages:

Ephesians 6:10-18: The Full Armor of God

Philippians 3: Nothing Compares to the Greatness of Knowing God















My Statement of Faith




Some Examples of Addiction to History




An Unknown Civil War Soldier



Eisenhower with the Airborne



Flags of Valor


Great Old Warriors Watch





Videos & Multimedia






Other History Addictions & Assorted Odd Bits




What is a Veteran?



Photographic proof Jack Ruby didn't kill Oswald!



Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Chuck Norris*


Other Assorted Links. Includes both commented links and cartoons!




The History Addict was briefly assigned to Company A, 1/506th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, the "Currahees," way back in The Day, and tries to keep up with the happenings of that proud regiment.

For information on the current assignment and more news of the Currahees, go to the 506th Infantry Regiment (Airborne) page.






The staff at HistoryAddict.com world headquarters is a bit busy right now, but more content is being collected and coded.

Has anyone else here ever noticed just how long the Achaemenids have been running amuck, while the rest of us are trying to study?

It hasn't helped matters that the Carthaginians have only recently stopped running amock as well - perhaps it would have helped if Appius Claudius had possessed F/B-111's.

(That last comment was a simply hilarius, if somewhat obscure joke. Trust me, you would really appreciate it if you had the slightest idea of what I was talking about)


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The History Addict is mild mannered historian John McKay, for more information about him, his bibliography and samples of his work, and his contact information, please see John's personal "business card" site.

John's list of publications is here.

His lectures, book-signings and other appearances schedule is here.





What's On The Reading List Menu:

(In case you were just dying of curiosity!)



Seminary textbooks for this semester:



These are for class preparation, rather than light reading:



And, of course:



Older suggested readings are here.



So, what is a/the History Addict?

1. "A" History Addict is one who lives, breathes, eats, reads, and otherwise exists for anything and everything historical. The History Channel®; is the drug of choice for such addicts, although it tends to increase rather than subdue the addiction!

2. "The" HistoryAddict is a personal-interest/hobbiest type website, exploring such random subjects and lame attempts at humor that strikes the webmaster's fancy. It also serves as a crass commercial web presence for said webmaster. Many things military, especially U.S. Army Airborne and U.S. Civil War topics, strike his fancy on a regular basis, as you may note.

3. "The" HistoryAddict is also the nom de plume of the webmaster of this site himself.


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