1. We continue our conversation with Nancy Guthrie and how life changing it can be to find Christ in the Old Testament--and not just in the prophecies. It's transformative, and as she would say, there's nothing more practical.
  2. Jesus’s freedom is different. It isn’t meant to indicate that the moorings which tether men and women to what is true, beautiful, and holy are unfastened, liberating them to do anything they please.
  3. In Christ, we live beneath an open heaven having the definitive proof in the cross of Christ that God is outrageously for us, not against us.
  4. Caleb and Dr. Paulson wrap up their look at Aquinas and Luther on freedom.
  5. This episode reflects on a time in Israel’s past where they are met by the goodness of God who has turned their misfortune into freedom and joy.
  6. Our freedom as Christians is not a form of independence. Our freedom in Christ comes from our dependence on him.
  7. You who would be a law unto yourself, Christ is the gospel unto you, proclaiming you forgiven.
  8. As God in his mercy enacted his plan to redeem his loved ones, he took them step by step. In the process of redeeming every part of us, he sent us prophets like Moses.
  9. In spiritual matters, the Scriptures teach us that freedom is tied to slavery and bondage.
  10. What does it mean that holding to Jesus’ teaching will set us free? Which teaching? What will we be set free from?