John Geib Meets YouTube (And Repeat)

I was really happy to see one of my absolute favorite New Testament professors from Malone, John David Geib, on YouTube (who not only taught me a ton of stuff about scripture but also helped perform our wedding ceremony!).

I found this after reading JR’s post on his endeavors with a new Ministry called repeat. If you know JR you should consider helping in some way with his ministry, if not read about it anyways and check out what they are trying to do in the great state of Ohio. It’s really good stuff, plus they’ve got Geib helping out which is fantastic.

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...is the William R. Roger Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC., PhD in Intercultural Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary, served as a "released minister" at Camas Friends Church, and father of three. He enjoys sketchnoting, sharing conversation over coffee with a friend, listening to vinyl and writing creative nonfiction.

3 thoughts on “John Geib Meets YouTube (And Repeat)”

  1. What does the Bible say about the mark of the beast and the rapture? My husband and I were attending a Revelation seminar, but it turned out to be run by the Seventh Day Adventists, a fact we were unaware of until we were two weeks into the seminar.

    Did you know that they think the mark is attending church on Sunday instead of keeping with the Old Testament Saturday Sabbath?

  2. Hi Brianne, That is a really great question and one that is far too complicated to get into here but the simple truth is that it has way more to do with the faithfulness of Christ’s followers to his kingdom than just reducing it down to issues of Sabbath. I think taking seriously a day off is an important part of being a follower of Jesus, but I don’t think the main point is what day you do it. It seems to me that is at least part of the point of what Paul talks about in Romans 14.

  3. John,
    I remember Mr. Rocko. It has been a long time, however. It would be nice to connect sometime. Your life has always been a profound influence on my understanding of what it means to be in Christ.
    I happened upon this youtube, if you believe in ginomais.
    Bruce

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