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  • Genesis 28:10–22 — God’s Ladder

    Genesis 28:10–22 — God’s Ladder

    24/03/2021

    Occasionally the New Testament provides a direct connection to the words of the Old, pointing like a bright beacon to the person of Christ. We find that is the case as we look at the story of God’s ladder from Genesis 28. Angels ascend the ladder with a message for God from Jacob and descend […]

  • Genesis 27:41–28:9 — The Departure of Jacob

    Genesis 27:41–28:9 — The Departure of Jacob

    10/03/2021

    Although Jacob and Esau both show themselves unworthy to inherit the covenant promises, we see, through two theological paradigms—the offspring and the land—that God Almighty will lead his people to the land of promise. Participants: Glen Clary, Mark A. Winder

  • Matthew 2:1–12 — The Visit of the Magi

    Matthew 2:1–12 — The Visit of the Magi

    03/03/2021

    Matthew’s account of the visit of the Magi is not exactly the story as we know it from our cultural Christmas traditions. The response of these wisemen to the birth of Jesus is what the response of Herod should have been, and what our response should be, namely, worship. Participants: Joel Fick, Mark A. Winder

  • Matthew 1:18–25 — The Birth of Jesus

    Matthew 1:18–25 — The Birth of Jesus

    24/02/2021

    In today’s episode we look at Matthew’s account of the genesis of Jesus. In this account of his birth story Matthew draws our attention to the particular perspective of Joseph, the comforting message of the angel, the wonder of the virgin birth, the glory of the Immanuel promise, and the significance of the name of […]

  • Hosea 9 — Elect Exiles

    Hosea 9 — Elect Exiles

    10/02/2021

    Hosea ministers in Israel between the time of the conquest of Canaan and the exile. In chapter nine of his prophecy, he tells of the coming judgment-exile of Israel into the land of the uncircumcised. But there is hope! God will preserve a remnant—elect exiles—for his own glory and as his chosen portion. For Christ […]

  • Genesis 27:1–40 — To Steal a Blessing

    Genesis 27:1–40 — To Steal a Blessing

    03/02/2021

    Esau has been disqualified to receive the covenant blessing, but Isaac intends to give it to him anyway. In fact, none of the four characters in this chapter is painted in a good light. As Jacob and Rebecca plot to steal the blessing, it becomes clear that the blessing may only come through the work […]

  • 1 Corinthians 3:1–9 — God’s Fellow Workers

    1 Corinthians 3:1–9 — God’s Fellow Workers

    27/01/2021

    Paul once again admonishes the church in Corinth over its division into rival parties with some following Paul, and other Apollos. Paul rebukes them because this behavior is of the flesh and they have elevated the minister of the gospel to an unwarranted and unbiblical position. Ministers are but servants used as instruments in the […]

  • 1 Corinthians 2:6–16 — Spiritual Wisdom

    1 Corinthians 2:6–16 — Spiritual Wisdom

    20/01/2021

    In this passage, the Apostle Paul highlights the role of the Holy Spirit as the revealer and illuminator of the wisdom of God, which is the gospel of Jesus Christ. That divine wisdom was eternally decreed by God before the foundation of the world and is now revealed by the Spirit through the preaching of […]

  • Genesis 26:23–25 — God Alone Gives Peace

    Genesis 26:23–25 — God Alone Gives Peace

    23/12/2020

    In Genesis 26, God confirms the covenant promise to Isaac—the heart of which is “I will be with you.” In this episode, we see how God not only keeps this promise to Isaac in the midst of conflict, but also how he continues to keep this promise to believers today, as we too journey through […]

  • Matthew 1:1–18 — The Royal Line of Christ

    Matthew 1:1–18 — The Royal Line of Christ

    14/10/2020

    As the Gospel According to Matthew begins we are introduced to the royal line of Jesus, where Matthew presents Jesus to us as the Davidic king, the universal king, and the final king through whom all of God’s purposes are fulfilled. Participants: Joel Fick, Mark A. Winder

  • Hosea 8 — When More Is Less

    Hosea 8 — When More Is Less

    06/10/2020

    Hosea brings a word of judgment upon Israel, threatening to send them into exile and judgment for their sin. Christ as the true and obedient Israel secures for his people the promised deliverance from sin’s guilt and power. Christ calls us therefore to exclusive fidelity to him. Participants: Jim Cassidy, Mark A. Winder

  • The Spirit of Schleiermacher in Preaching

    The Spirit of Schleiermacher in Preaching

    29/09/2020

    In an age of skepticism, Fredrich Schleiermacher wanted to cast religion in a manner that would be relevant and respected. In Episode 86 Jim Cassidy and Mark Winder discuss how the father of modern liberal theology continues to manifest an influence in pulpit speech today. Does the drive to make preaching more “relevant” and “practical” […]

  • Hosea 7 — The Love of God and the Stubbornness of Man

    Hosea 7 — The Love of God and the Stubbornness of Man

    02/09/2020

    Jim Cassidy shows us how Israel’s folly and sinfulness renders her incapable of obeying God. In order to obey the Lord, she needs the Lord to grant to her the very thing that she herself can not do. Hosea uses striking imagery to show us Israel’s rebellion, but equally striking and parallel imagery to show […]

  • Exodus 2:11–15 — The Formation of a Savior

    Exodus 2:11–15 — The Formation of a Savior

    29/04/2020

    Joel Fick shows us how important it is to bring various passages of Scripture to bear upon one another, particularly where one may fill in the gap for the other. In Exodus 2 we learn how Christ is not a picture of Moses, but rather Moses is a picture of Christ. Participants: Joel Fick, Mark […]

  • Genesis 26 — Compromise, Controversy, and Covenant

    Genesis 26 — Compromise, Controversy, and Covenant

    22/04/2020

    Mark Winder shows us how in the story of Isaac which parallels that of Abraham, there is a theological point being made: from a human perspective there is one crisis after another. But from the divine perspective, there is no salvation outside of God. Only his hand will triumph. We will also see how Abraham’s […]

  • Exodus 6:4–11 — The Covenant Keeper

    Exodus 6:4–11 — The Covenant Keeper

    15/04/2020

    Jim Cassidy gives us a primer on covenant theology. As Israel, shaped by the law, becomes an analogy of Adam as Adam is in covenant with God in the garden, a pattern is seen between Adam and Israel. If Adam disobeys, he is exiled from the Garden, as is also the case with Israel. God, […]

  • Exodus 2:1–10 — The Birth, Burial, and Resurrection of a Savior

    Exodus 2:1–10 — The Birth, Burial, and Resurrection of a Savior

    08/01/2020

    In episode 81, Joel Fick leads us in a study of the birth of Moses. He demonstrates a model of preaching Christ not based upon merely noting a few parallels between an Old Testament character and the life of Christ, but based upon deep theological themes and direct scriptural references. Participants: Jim Cassidy, Joel Fick, […]

  • Hosea 6:1–3 — Returning to the Lord

    Hosea 6:1–3 — Returning to the Lord

    05/11/2019

    Knowledge is not an end in itself, it is a means to an end that we might know the new world of God. When we understand that we are citizens of the age to come, it changes everything about how we live our lives in the midst of this present evil age. Participants: Adam York, […]

  • Genesis 25:22–34 — A Conflict for the Ages

    Genesis 25:22–34 — A Conflict for the Ages

    02/10/2019

    The conflict between Jacob and Esau serves as a paradigm for the redemptive conflict of the ages. God uses what the world would consider weak to accomplish his plan and demonstrate his power. Participants: Adam York, Jim Cassidy, Mark A. Winder

  • Genesis 25:1–21 — Epilogue to Abraham

    Genesis 25:1–21 — Epilogue to Abraham

    18/09/2019

    In Episode 78 the panel discusses how the story of redemption shifts focus from Abraham to his descendants, and particularly to Isaac and Jacob. Employing a covenantal and redemptive-historical hermeneutic becomes important in understanding the significance of this shift and its implication for the inclusion of the Gentiles. Participants: Adam York, Jim Cassidy, Mark Wind

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