Following Jesus in the 21st Century — Part 3: The Victory of the Cross

https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/mubwky/RL_TheJesusSociety_Ep0082_03-14_24b_48k.mp3 This is Episode 82 of the Jesus Society Podcast. And today we’re gonna continue talking about following Jesus in the 21st century. And specifically we're going to unpack the cross. And I’ve done some of this before. But I’m going to approach it a bit differently today. There are four big, overlapping Old Testament … Continue reading Following Jesus in the 21st Century — Part 3: The Victory of the Cross

Following Jesus in the 21st Century — Part 2: Discipleship and God’s Kingdom Agenda

https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/dgbth1/RL_TheJesusSociety_Ep0081_03-07_24b_48k_podbean_video_share.mp4 This is Episode 81 of the Jesus Society Podcast. And today we’re continuing our talk about what it means to follow Jesus in the 21st century. The first piece of this, which we got into last week, had to do with some of the biblical background to the kingdom of God, and Jesus’ statement … Continue reading Following Jesus in the 21st Century — Part 2: Discipleship and God’s Kingdom Agenda

How to Find Answers to Biblical Questions

https://open.spotify.com/episode/2BXNvhJanct6GZPUSm87NC?si=x7CVxe18QcW-cIzTOvZsvg This is Episode 79 of the Jesus Society Podcast. And on today’s episode, we're going to talk about how to find answers in the Bible to our questions. Well, when he first asked me to do this, I thought it would be simple, but the more I've ruminated on it, the less simple it’s … Continue reading How to Find Answers to Biblical Questions

Reformation Redux: Faith vs. Works

https://open.spotify.com/episode/6vowjsHn1gHUGwQourH3vg?si=FQPh5x4QTFKr8cCy9VmxxQ This is Episode 76 of The Jesus Society Podcast, today I want to revisit a subject most Christians have fussed about since the Reformation. And that is the idea of faith and works. This is not an unimportant topic, but I believe it has been polarized by the issues of the Reformation, and that polarization … Continue reading Reformation Redux: Faith vs. Works