Episode 385: In Mark 8.22-26 Jesus heals a blind man twice – first, partially, then fully. What is going on here? Why does it take Jesus two touches to heal this man? Tune in as I walk through this text, look at the actual account, then discuss the significance of this miracle.
Today in Church History: John Wesley’s “heart strangely warmed” (1738)
Question of the Day: Why are so many young people leaving the church?
Episode 384: This episode begins to journey through the rich history of how we got the Bible in our language today. First, we need to lay some ground work concerning the nature of things, both physical & spiritual. This will orient us in our discussion of God’s providential care in ensure the survival of His word. Tune in as we explore important matters.
Today in Church History: or tomorrow, An earthquake shakes London about 2 pm as a synod, led by Archbishop William Courtnay, meets to condemn John Wycliffe for his efforts to reform the church (1382)
Episode 383: In this episode we take a look at one of the weirdest miracles we have seen so far: Jesus sticks His fingers in a man’s ears, then spits, & touches the man’s tongue presumably with His spit on finger. So what in the world is going here (Mark 7.31-37) and what does it mean for us? Tune in we walk through this miracle & better understand what it says about Jesus.
Today in Church History: Michelangelo begins work on the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
Question of the Day: How could the resurrected Jesus move through walls when He wasn’t a spirit?