1. Free-range Christ is fearful Christ because he is present, speaking, and I just crucified him.
  2. Sometimes loss is gain. Sometimes defeat is victory. Sometimes weakness is strength. Sometimes death is life. Sometimes, that is, when Christ is at the center, on his cross and not in his tomb.
  3. The gospel of Jesus’ coming out of death and the tomb alive so that we might be restored to our identity as God’s children establishes the most enduring reality there is.
  4. Happy Easter from the Thinking Fellows. This week, Scott, Adam, and Caleb talk about the centrality and reliability of the Ressurection of Jesus Christ.
  5. Easter must be seen in light of the cross. It must never overshadow Good Friday. They are a packaged deal!
  6. It is good to remember that this true story, is also beautiful.
  7. Who we are buried with matters. But there is no need to go out and find a dead prophet so you can join him six feet under.
  8. You might not know it, but every Christian hopes for the day when their faith will die. Really. I promise. Faith’s death is our celebration.
  9. Viewing the Word as a unified theological narrative prevents us from treating the Scriptures like a cage match between competing theological systems, with prophets duking it out with apostles, and psalmists with evangelists, all supposedly fighting for their voice to be heard.
  10. "You have little faith" really just means "You think you have a small Jesus." What Jesus promises He is able to do.
  11. Ringside Preachers and Craft of Preaching join forces to bring you this special edition podcast discussing "Christianity Without Christendom." with Rev. Dr. Jeff Gibbs from Concordia Seminary St. Louis.
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