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The Bible Unmasked Season 1 Episode 42: Matthew 23 - Mark 9

by Jennifer Hernandez, Rob Stevenson | October 17, 2021

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In Episode 42 of the Bible Unmasked, Pastor Jennifer Hernandez and Principal Stevenson discuss Matthew 23 - Mark 9. The books of Matthew & Mark reveal that God has kept His promise through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Date: October 17, 2021

Questions in this episode: Why did Jesus call the religious leaders hypocrites? Should we abstain from calling religious leaders or our biological dads “father”? Is this verse announcing modern-day persecution? What can we do to prepare for the day of persecution?
If no one knows the day or hour, why are we so focused on end-time prophecy and try predict Jesus’s second coming? What is the meaning and significance of the baptism of Jesus? If baptism means to die to self and resurrect in Jesus, why did Jesus, who is God, get baptized? What does it mean to sin against the holy spirit? Does this passage indicate that we won’t be forgiven when we sin against the holy spirit even if we repent and ask for forgiveness? Why not? Are there other sins that can’t be forgiven?

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  • Jennifer Hernandez

    Jennifer Hernandez was born and raised on the beautiful island of Oahu, Hawaii. Her love for sharing Jesus began when she dedicated her voice to Him, as a child by singing throughout the islands; preaching began during high school. Motivated to answer God’s call on her life, Jen moved her family to England, where she obtained her BS in Behavioral Sciences at Newbold College. Together with her husband, Armando, and their five boys, God has taken them on a journey of faith, with opportunities to share His love throughout Europe and the United States. She enjoys being actively involved in children’s ministries, women’s ministries, and worship ministries. Jennifer recently graduated with her Master of Divinity degree from Andrews University Theological Seminary and is excited to now be serving as an Associate Pastor at Plantation Seventh-day Adventist Church.

  • Rob Stevenson

    Mr. Stevenson attended Andrews Academy, then Cedar Lake Academy and graduated from Andrews University with a degree in Psychology and Religion. He later earned a Masters Degree in Educational
    Leadership from the University of Southern Mississippi.

    After college Mr. Stevenson worked as a boy’s dean, campus chaplain, history teacher, Bible teacher, vice principal then principal of several Adventist Junior, Senior and Boarding Academies across the
    United States.

    While working in schools, he was blessed as a capable and inspired public speaker who loves to share his love for the Lord and Adventist Christian education. He is most happy working with students, preaching,
    teaching, and conducting weeks of prayer and evangelistic series.

    Rob was married to his wife Tina since 1988. They have two children, a son Alexander 26 who lives in Chattanooga TN, and a daughter Sheree 24 who lives in Kettering Oh. Mr. Stevenson is currently the principal of Sawgrass Adventist School for this next school year.