Episode 382: It is a miracle as familiar as any. We teach it in children’s Bible class with Goldfish crackers. We teach it in adult Bible class. Sermons are preached on it. It is the only miracle, save for the resurrection of Jesus, recorded in all four (4) gospels. So the difficulty is to read this miracle with fresh eyes. Jesus feeding 5,000 men was a miracle which left a deep impression on the early church. Tune in as I walk through this miracle and see what it says for us today.
Today in Church History: John Hooper refuses the bishopric (1550)
Question of the Day: The conversations at work almost always turn to inappropriate topics. When you don’t participate, you are looked down on. Do you have any sound biblical advice?
Episode 383: It is a familiar story about Jesus. One we teach the children in Bible school. The challenge is to read it with fresh eyes. So what does Jesus walking on water have to teach us? Tune in as I explore the miracle and the connections it has with the Old Testament in order to teach us a significant lesson about who Jesus is.
Today in Church History: Bishop Ambrose of Milan defies the Roman government (385)
Question of the Day: Why is Song of Solomon in the Bible? It reads like a romance novel.
Episode 381: Jesus healed a lot of people. Several of those people were blind. Up to this point in Jesus’ ministry we have seen him heal a blind person or two, but not two at a time. Granted, we have seen Him heal two people in rapid succession, but this is the first instance of simultaneous healing. Tune in as I explore this interesting miraculous event.
Today in Church History: Meeting houses of heretics confiscated and their meetings under imperial legislation (396)
Question of the Day: What credentials back-up Jesus’ claim to deity?