Contents

The Old Testament


- The Old testament




Section 2: Patriarchs --Abraham 2.1 - 2.13 - Genesis 11- 50


Section 2: Patriarchs -- Genesis 11-50 Abram/Abraham 2.1 - 2.13 2.1 How to Misunderstand Abram 2.2 The Voice of God 2.3 Abram's Relations with Other Nations 2.4 Abram's 7 Encounters with God 2.5 The Promises and Race 2.6 Abraham and Ishmael 2.7 The Covenant Promise 2.8 The Destruction of Sodom 2.9 The Birth of Isaac 2.10 Isaac vs Ishmael 2.11 The Sacrifice of Isaac 2.12 Death of Sarah 2.13 Summary of Racial Teachings of Abraham's Life 2.14 Isaac's Wife 2.15 Isaac 2.16 Jacob and Esau 2.17 The Blessing 2.18 The Blessing (Specifics) 2.19 Jacob's Exile 2.20 Meeting God at Bethel 2.21 Jacob's Transformation 2.22 Leaving Laban 2.23 The Patriarchal Family 2.24 Jacob's Return 2.25 Esau 2.26 Tensions with the Canaanites 2.27 Return to Bethel 2.28 Summary of the Racial Teachings of Jacob's Life 2.29 -- Tamar 2.30 Joseph 2.31 Joseph in Egypt 2.32 Joseph Ruler of Egypt 2.33 Joseph's Marriage 2.34 Joseph Reconciled to His Family 2.35 Joseph as Peacemaker 2.36 The Inheritance of Jacob 2.37 The End of the Patriarchal Age 2.38 Summary of Patriarchs Racial Teaching




Section 3: Moses -- Exodus through Deuteronomy


- Section 3: Moses -- Exodus through Deuteronomy




Numbers 3.31 - 3.52


- Numbers 3.31 - 3.52 3.31 Numbers -- Sequel to Exodus 3.32 Numbers -- Levites and Nazirites 3.33 Numbers -- Alliance with Midian 3.34 Numbers -- Grumbling and Miracles 3.35 Numbers -- The Mystery of the Cushite Woman 3.36 Numbers -- Significance of this Marriage 3.37 Numbers -- Significance of This Marriage, cont. 3.38 Numbers -- Spying Out the Land 3.39 Numbers -- Implementation: Internal 3.40 Numbers -- Korah's Rebellion 3.41 Numbers -- The Burden 3.42 Numbers -- Aaron's Rod 3.43 Numbers -- Friction with Canaanites 3.44 Numbers -- Balaam's Curse 3.45 Numbers -- the First Oracle 3.46 Numbers -- the Second Oracle 3.47 Numbers -- the Third and Fourth Oracles 3.48 Numbers -- Significance of Balaam's Oracles 3.49 Numbers -- Attack of the Moabites 3.50 Numbers -- Moses' Parting Instructions 3.51 Numbers -- Boundaries, Towns and Patrimonies 3.52 Numbers -- Summary of Numbers Racial Teachings




Deuteronomy 3.53 - 3.68


- Deuteronomy 3.53 - 3.68 3.53 Deuteronomy -- Moses' Last Will and Testament 3.54 Deuteronomy -- 38 Years 3.55 Deuteronomy -- The Preeminence of Israel 3.56 Deuteronomy -- Blessings and Curses 3.57 Deuteronomy -- The Blessings of Obedience 3.58 Deuteronomy -- The Curses of Disobedience 3.59 Deuteronomy -- Israel's Destiny 3.60 Deuteronomy -- Treatment of Foreigners: Related Peoples 3.61 Deuteronomy -- Treatment of Foreigners: Canaanites 3.62 Deuteronomy -- Treatment of Foreigners: Egyptians 3.63 Deuteronomy -- Treatment of Foreigners: Distant Nations 3.64 Deuteronomy -- Treatment of Foreigners: Sojourners 3.65 Deuteronomy -- The Glory of the Law 3.66 Deuteronomy -- The Threefold Cord 3.67 Deuteronomy -- God's Word and Human Resistance 3.68 Deuteronomy -- Summary of Deuteronomy Racial Teachings




Section 4: Foundation of Israel -- Joshua through Ruth


- Section 4: Foundation of Israel -- Joshua through Ruth




Section 5: Monarchy -- 1 Samuel Through 2 Chronicles


- Section 5: Monarchy -- 1 Samuel Through 2 Chronicles




1 Kings 5.33 - 5.69


- 1 Kings 5.33 - 5.69 5.33 1 Kings -- Introduction 5.34 1 Kings -- Keepers of the Faith 5.35 1 Kings -- Israel and Foreign Nations 5.36 1 Kings -- David's Successor 5.37 1 Kings --Solomon's Marriage 5.38 1 Kings -- The Religious Problem 5.39 1 Kings -- Bird in a Gilded Cage 5.40 1 Kings -- Song of Solomon 5.41 1 Kings -- First Epiphany 5.42 1 Kings -- Prosperity in Israel 5.43 1 Kings -- Hiram of Tyre 5.44 1 Kings -- The Temple 5.45 1 Kings -- The Builders 5.46 1 Kings -- God's Glory 5.47 1 Kings -- Solomon's Prayer 5.48 1 Kings -- Second Epiphany 5.49 1 Kings -- The Queen of Sheba 5.50 1 Kings -- The Big Leagues 5.51 1 Kings -- Beginning of the End 5.52 1 Kings -- God's Final Word 5.53 1 Kings -- The First Wave 5.54 1 Kings -- The Great Divorce 5.55 1 Kings -- The Sins of Jeroboam 5.56 1 Kings -- The Sins of Rehoboam 5.57 1 Kings -- 200 Years of Bickering 5.58 1 Kings -- Zerah the Cushite 5.59 1 Kings -- Ahab and Elijah 5.60 1 Kings -- The Canaanite Widow 5.61 1 Kings -- The Widow's Son 5.62 1 Kings -- Elijah vs Ahab 5.63 1 Kings -- Blood in the Valley 5.64 1 Kings -- The Flight to Horeb 5.65 1 Kings -- A Different Theophany 5.66 1 Kings -- Hazael of Aram 5.67 1 Kings -- Ben-hadad and Ahab 5.68 1 Kings -- The Sin of Ahab 5.69 1 Kings -- Summary of Racial Teachings of 1 Kings




2 Kings 5.70 - 5.96


- 2 Kings 5.70 - 5.96 5.70 2 Kings -- the Decline Continues 5.71 2 Kings -- Ahaziah 5.72 2 Kings -- Prophetic Succession 5.73 2 Kings -- The Rise and Fall of Moab 5.74 2 Kings -- Naaman 5.75 2 Kings -- The Problem of Idolatry 5.76 2 Kings -- Gehazi's Offspring 5.77 2 Kings -- Chariots of Fire 5.78 2 Kings -- Siege of Samaria 5.79 2 Kings -- Hazael, King of Aram 5.80 2 Kings -- the Sword of Jehu 5.81 2 Kings -- Morality and Massacre 5.82 2 Kings -- Joash of Judah 5.83 2 Kings -- Jehoash of Israel 5.84 2 Kings -- Kings of Judah 5.85 2 Kings -- Jeroboam II of Israel 5.86 2 Kings -- the End of Israel 5.87 2 Kings -- Resettlement of Israel 5.88 2 Kings -- Turnaround in Judah 5.89 2 Kings -- Sennacherib vs Hezekiah 5.90 2 Kings -- Hezekiah and Babylon 5.91 2 Kings -- Manasseh 5.92 2 Kings -- Josiah and the Final Flowering 5.93 2 Kings -- Defeat of Judah 5.94 2 Kings -- Fall of Jerusalem 5.95 2 Kings -- the Themes of Kings and Chronicles 5.96 2 Kings -- Racial Teachings of 2 Kings




Section 6: The Prophets: 8th - 6th Centuries BC


- Section 6: The Prophets: 8th - 6th Centuries BC




The Prophets -- 8th Century BC


- The Prophets -- 8th Century BC - Jonah -- 6.6 - 6.13 6.6 Jonah -- the Runaway Prophet 6.7 Jonah -- Jonah's Disobedience 6.8 Jonah -- Jonah's Ordeal 6.9 Jonah -- Jonah's Change of Heart 6.10 Jonah -- Nineveh's Response 6.11 Jonah -- Jonah's Second Revolt 6.12 Jonah -- Jonah an Exception 6.13 Jonah -- Summary of Jonah Racial Teachings - Amos -- 6:15 - 6:22 6.15 Amos -- the Lion of Zion 6.16 Amos -- The Lion Roars 6.17 Amos -- Judgment on the Nations 6.18 Amos -- The Sins of Israel 6.19 Amos -- Israel is Chosen 6.20 Amos -- Judgment and Repentance 6.21 Amos -- Restoration 6.22 Amos -- Summary of Amos Racial Teachings - Hosea -- 6.23 - 6.27 6.23 Hosea -- Israel's Adultery 6.24 Hosea -- The Prophet Becomes the Message 6.25 Hosea -- The Fate of Israel 6.26 Hosea -- the Foreign Nations 6.27 -- Summary of Hosea's Racial Teachings - Micah -- 6.28 - 6.33 6.28 Micah -- Prophet to the Nations 6.29 Micah -- The Sins of Samaria and Jerusalem 6.30 Micah -- The Mountain of the Lord 6.31 Micah -- Ruler over Israel 6.32 Micah -- Precursor of the New Covenant 6.33 Micah -- Summary of Micah Teachings - Isaiah -- 6:34 - 6:50 6.34 Isaiah -- Prophet of Judgment and Redemption 6.35 Isaiah -- the Nature of Prophetic Revelation 6.36 Isaiah -- the Prophetic Vision 6.37 Isaiah -- His Life and Times 6.38 Isaiah -- Symbol and Fulfilment 6.39 Isaiah -- the Uniqueness of Israel A 6.40 Isaiah -- The Uniqueness of Israel B 6.41 Isaiah -- The Uniqueness of Israel C 6.42 Isaiah -- The Immediate Threat of Assyria 6.43 Isaiah -- Exile and Restoration 6.44 Isaiah -- Gentiles and Restoration 6.45 Isaiah -- the Remnant 6.46 Isaiah -- the Servant of the Lord 6.47 Isaiah -- Oracles Against the Nations 6.48 Isaiah -- Hope for the Gentiles 6.49 Isaiah -- Dichotomy 6.50 Isaiah -- Summary of Isaiah Racial Teachings - Joel -- 6:51 - 6:58 6.51 Joel -- God and Grasshoppers 6.52 Joel -- Invasion of Locusts 6.53 Joel -- The Day of the Lord 6.54 Joel -- Judgment on the Nations 6.55 Joel -- The Spirit on All Flesh 6.56 Joel -- The Outpouring in Christianity 6.57 Joel -- Wonders in the Heavens 6.58 Joel -- Summary of Joel Racial Teachings




The Prophets -- The Downfall of Jerusalem


- The Prophets -- The Downfall of Jerusalem - Zephaniah -- 6:61 - 6:64 6.61 Zephaniah -- the royal African prophet? 6.62 Zephaniah -- Messenger of Wrath 6.63 Zephaniah -- Return of the Remnant 6.64 Zephaniah -- Summary of Zephaniah's Racial Teachings - Jeremiah -- 6:65 - 6:78 6.65 Jeremiah --Successor to Isaiah 6.66 Jeremiah -- Jeremiah's Life 6.67 Jeremiah -- the Significance of Jeremiah 6.68 Jeremiah -- The Sin of Judah 6.69 Jeremiah -- The Foe from the North 6.70 Jeremiah -- The Call to Surrender 6.71 Jeremiah -- The Remnant 6.72 Jeremiah -- Hope of Restoration 6.73 Jeremiah -- the Davidic King 6.74 Jeremiah -- the New Covenant 6.75 Jeremiah -- Judgment on the Nations 6.76 Jeremiah -- Universal Judgment and Restoration 6.77 Jeremiah -- Black and White 6.78 Jeremiah -- Summary of Jeremiah Racial Teachings




Section 7: Exile and Return


- Section 7: Exile and Return





Contents

¿Qué tipo de ropa necesito para usar las instalaciones?


Casi cualquier vestimenta se acepta para usar nuestras atracciones y juegos, aunque se recomienda que sea ropa comoda para mayor libertad de movimiento. Queda prohibido usar faldas y ropa muy escotada para hacer uso de nuestros juegos, esto por su comodidad.




¿Todos los que entran al parque tienen que pagar?


No, la entrada no es en general. Solo se paga la entrada por la persona que hará uso de los juegos y atracciones del parque. Si los padres u otros acompañantes no usaran los juegos, pueden comer en el área de snacks mientras esperan sin pagar su entrada




¿Cuales son los costos extras además de la entrada?


Como mencionamos más arriba, el uso de los calcetines anti-derrapantes es de uso obligatorio para los trampolines, así que si es tu primera vez que nos visitas, estos te costaran $35 extra a tu entrada (Los puedes seguir usando para próximas visitas). Además el costo de la paint (bolita de paintball) tiene un costo extra de $1, o la bolsa con 500 paints en $400. También manejamos el descorche de la bolsa con 500 paints en $200 en caso de que tú quieras traer las tuyas. La renta de las burbujas gigantes también tiene un costo de $30 por 15 minutos. La renta del equipo de paintball ya va incluido en tu pase de entrada.




¿Necesito firmar algo para entrar al parque?


Si. Necesitas firmar una carta responsiva para hacer uso de las atracciones del parque. Esta carta te la dan en recepcion una vez llegando al parque. En caso de que seas menor de edad y tus padres no puedan acompañarte a firmar la carta, puedes encontrarla aquí a un lado, descargala y tus padres deberan firmarla, presentala en recepcin y listo.




¿Puedo entrar con comida al parque?


No, aquí tenemos venta de comida que va desde pizza, crepas, alitas, hamburguesas, boneless, nachos, bebidas, postres, etc. Lo único que es permitido es un pastel o cupcakes para cuando quieras celebrar un cumpleaños con nosotros.




¿Qué calzado necesito para entrar al parque?


Para entrar al parque es necesario ir con calzado cerrado, de preferencia tenis deporivos para mayor comodidad. También es necesario usar calcetines anti-derrapantes para el uso de los trampolines. Estos los puedes adquirir en el parque por un costo de $35.