TOPIC INDEXJesus Christ (11)
  1. Historian Dr. Francisco joins Debi to talk about the resurrection of Jesus as a historical fact.
  2. Debi talks with a friend and Episcopal rector Jacob Smith on the controversial and exclusive claims of Jesus.
  3. This story of despair met with the hope of the gospel is rightly told by many during the holiday season.
  4. It is that Christmas carol, the curious “We Three Kings” that we are looking at today in our examination of the origin and meaning of Christmas carols.
  5. The story of these faithful Christians serves to highlight the roles of both Africa and martyrdom in the early church and today.
  6. When the church has gone astray, it has been the responsible (not slavish) approach to history that has helped correct the course.
  7. Temporal resurrections do not save us, but instead direct us to look for life, even in death. Easter zombies and the like direct our attention to the ultimate promise given in Christ, and the implications of this promise for the whole world.
  8. The incarnation was universal, irrespective of nationality, race, or even Christmas tradition.
  9. On this episode we were excited to talk with Dr. Mike Horton, known to many of us through his work on the White Horse Inn. Dr. Horton has written so broadly on so many theological topics, we thought he might be helpful in taking that central doctrine, the Easter morning doctrine, and talk about it in light of the creeds, our faith, and the good news.
  10. Jesus was praying a Psalm. Psalm 22 to be precise, and both the Gospels of Matthew and Mark relay the story to us of Jesus praying that Psalm on the cross at the hour of His death.