“Searching For Truth” exists because of the vision of John Moore, evangelist with the Dripping Springs Church of Christ, Dripping Springs, Texas. John, also an instructor at the Southwest School of Biblical Studies in nearby Austin, wrote the script and hosts the series.
Rudy Cain, co-founder of World Video Bible School (WVBS) in Maxwell, Texas, produced the series. Together with the WVBS staff, Rudy coordinated the filming, editing and all production tasks needed to bring this series to fruition. A complete list of the people, places and contributions to the project appears in the credits at the end of lesson six.
A Bible Answer is a Bible Question and Answer Television Program which is overseen by the elders of the Phillips Street church of Christ in Dyersburg, Tennessee. The program is produced in the studios of Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. Mike McDaniel, preacher for the Central Church of Christ in Caruthersville, MO, serves as the moderator. Video Archives may be seen at https://abibleanswertv.org or you may go directly to the U-Tube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/abibleanswertv?feature=mhee .
Viewing Times Each Sunday
WQWQ The Heartland’s CW (Paducah, Ky)
at 8 AM (Sundays)
WBBJ-TV/CBS (Jackson, TN)
at 7 AM (Sundays) (Starting 2/5/2017)
WTWV Good News TV23 (Memphis, TN.)
Wednesdays at 12:30 PM, Thursdays at 3:30 P.M.
and Saturdays at 12:30 PM.
Sundays at 10 AM, Mondays and Wednesdays at 3:30 PM,
Saturdays at 2 PM, and Monday – Friday at 1 AM.
Check your local listings for channel numbers in your area.
The Online Academy of Biblical Studies (OABS) is a school which emphasizes the Bible and related subjects. It is online. The classes are live and interactive. It will take a student four years to complete the schedule of studies. The school year consists of two semesters, each containing eighteen weeks. Classes are conducted on Saturdays, with each class day containing seven hours of study. A student is required to complete fifty-six (56) semester hours to graduate. However, you are allowed to go at your own pace. Mike McDaniel serves as one of the instructors.
OABS is under the oversight of the elders of the Chipman Road Church of Christ in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Chuck Northrop serves as the director of the school.
The elders of the Forest Hill Church of Christ, along with those who serve as faculty of the school, strongly adhere to the principles of the Restoration Movement. They believe the Bible to be the verbally inspired word of God, perfect, sufficient, and fully authoritative, and that it is just as applicable today as when given by the Holy Spirit through inspired men, and that it shall always be able to supply every need of man morally, spiritually, socially, and even in the realm of economics.
It is the desire and intent of this school to send forth men who love the Lord into the fields of labor, and who will always be set for the defense and proclamation of the gospel of Christ. Effort will always be made to conduct this school in a manner worthy of the confidence and support of those who love the truth.
Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN. is a private institution, associated with churches of Christ, dedicated to moral and spiritual values, academic excellence, and service in a friendly, supportive environment. The purpose of the University is to provide every student an education permeated with these Christian values.