1. Eucatastrophe is the coming untrue of all sin, evil, and death. And where that starts is the empty tomb of the risen Jesus.
  2. Passion. In this episode, we read Irenaeus on Christ’s passion and discuss Holy Week, the consequences of following Christ, what happens when things lack clear definition, and the consequences for the Church.
  3. Simple Man. In this episode, we read G.K. Chesterton and discuss everything from simple living to the death and resurrection of Christ as the foundation of reality, the higher meaning of cups, and why a tomato is just a tomato.
  4. An Anglo-Saxon poem gives fresh insight to the cross
  5. The Lord assures Jeremiah he has not forgotten him. He is there and will rescue him.
  6. In that moment of greatest despair, we find the antidote for all our fears. We know we are beloved of God and there is salvation in Christ’s atoning death.
  7. What if sin was truly removed and what if the one who took it from us had the power to conquer it’s curse and spit in the face of death?
  8. Dear hearers of the word of God, you are finished. You cannot be the same now. All that is ended, over.
  9. Caleb Keith joins Kelsi to discuss Christ's atonement and the most common theories of the atonement, including Substitution, Christus Victor, and Exemplar or Moral.
  10. If the season of Lent is a journey, Holy Week is the destination.
  11. Today I would like to share The Legend of the Dogwood, inspired by the words of Stoney Cooper.

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