We’re starting over. But not really.
Crucial Conversations 075 | How to Understand Jesus and the Woman at the Well (Hermeneutics 101)
John 4 includes a straightforward account of Jesus’s interactions with a Samaritan woman as they stand at a well. But we can read it in so many wrong ways. Peter and Kevin discuss how to read and understand it so that the focus is on Jesus, not on the woman or social issues.
Crucial Conversations 070 | The Coherence and Integrity Principles (Hermeneutics 101)
Scripture uses understandable words and it is one whole, not a series of unrelated parts. That’s what the second and third principles for hermeneutics teach.
Crucial Conversations 069 | The Christological Principle (Hermeneutics 101)
There are three basic principles to keep in mind when interpreting Scripture. Surprise, surprise – the first is the Christological principle! Good thing we already did our series on Christology to set the stage for this!
Crucial Conversations 068 | How Do I Read and Understand the Bible? (Hermeneutics 101)
How we read and understand the Bible is about more than the Bible. It’s about life itself. With this episode, Peter and Kevin start a new series on hermeneutics, or, how we interpret things.
Anchored In Christ 034 | Jesus in the Old Testament
When Jesus taught who he was based on the Scriptures, what did he mean? What was he using? Isn’t it the New Testament alone that tells of him?
Anchored In Christ 028 | Jesus Draws Near
When Jesus draws near to Jerusalem the week before his crucifixion, he isn’t just approaching a city. He’s drawing near to our salvation.
Anchored In Christ 027 | The Wee Little Man
Just like Zacchaeus, we try to climb up to see God. And we’re often more creative than just climbing a tree.
Anchored In Christ 026 | Resurrected Like Jesus
What matters most about death for the Christian is that resurrection follows. Resurrected as Christ was resurrected.
Crucial Conversations 059 | The God Who Saves (Christology 101)
The discussion of who Jesus is drives everything we do, including how we read Scripture. And the first thing to keep in mind is this: Jesus is God’s activity to save mankind. That’s where we start. Even “in the beginning…”