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May 13th, 2016

Posted at 7:00am

Coming back from what amounts to an unannounced hiatus, Thomas and Pastor Brown (who recorded this episode just prior to Lent) jump into Jesus' road to his passion and death. He gets back to Bethany (a town coming under increased scrutiny now that Lazarus has been raised), gets some pre-embalming (much to Judas' ire), and then pulls a Solomon on his way into Jerusalem.

February 2nd, 2016

Posted at 6:00pm

In this episode, Pastor Brown and Thomas get into the resurrection of Lazarus, and our own resurrections, also accomplished through Christ. In place of the Inquisition, Pastor and Thomas talk about movies and stories with Christian themes.

January 28th, 2016

Posted at 7:00am

In this episode, Pastor Brown and Thomas examine the fallout from Jesus' claim of one-ness with the Father. Is it bragging (or blasphemy) if it's true? Then, they begin to move through the story of the death of Lazarus, ending with a bit of a cliffhanger.

January 14th, 2016

Posted at 7:00am

In this episode, Pastor Brown and Thomas continue to talk all manner of things Shepherd. The Jews themselves are still hard to impress, even as Jesus drops another claim to outright Deity.

December 30th, 2015

Posted at 7:00am

In this Christmas episode, Pastor Brown and Thomas turned to Luke's account of the nativity of our Lord and discussed the other birth narratives as well. During the Inquisition Thomas asked Pastor to talk about the Incarnation, then the two discussed possibilities for the actual time of year of Christ's birth.

December 17th, 2015

Posted at 7:00am

In this episode, Pastor and Thomas finish the story of the formerly blind man and his groan-worthy treatment at the hands of the Pharisees. He stood his ground though, and we still sing "I was blind, but now I see" in like manner in Churches across the world. Then we got into Jesus' next I AM statement, where he says he is the door for the sheep.

December 11th, 2015

Posted at 7:00am

In this episode, Pastor and Thomas continue with Jesus' epic discourse, and look into what Jesus means in saying that the Jews' father is the devil. The irony steps up a notch when they brush aside Jesus' words and accuse him of having a demon and being in cahoots with the Samaritans. Jesus tops of the discourse with an unambiguous claim to deity, then escapes the mob that gathers to stone him for blasphemy. Then we turn to the healing of a man born blind, which has all sorts of ramifications to unpack.

December 10th, 2015

Posted at 7:00am

In this episode, Pastor and Thomas embark on one of the coolest discourses of Jesus in Scripture. Jesus lets fly with another I AM statement, namely "I AM the Light of the World", and we find out that unless we believe that "I AM" we will die in our sins. Then we talk about what has to be the most inane statement by the Jews in John's Gospel, when they claim that they have never been slaves - weird talk for folks who cite that Moses guy at every turn.

November 15th, 2015

Posted at 7:00am

In this episode, Pastor Brown takes a sick day, so Thomas plays a Reformation Special episode from 2013. In it, you'll find out when Pastor thinks Reformation Day should actually be celebrated (hint, it's not October 31st), that Martin Luther was a campus pastor, the 95 Theses were essentially one of the first posts to "go viral", and more! Pastor Brown is a skilled historian, and this episode is certainly an excellent primer for those unfamiliar with Reformation history, and an entertaining refresher for those who have walked these paths before.

November 5th, 2015

Posted at 7:00am

In this episode, Pastor Brown and Thomas discuss Jesus' appearance at the Feast of Booths. He's no less a divisive figure during the holidays, to be sure! On the one hand, the Pharisees are more determined than ever to kill him (though they deny it in public), and on the other, those who believe in him wonder just what exactly the Messiah is supposed to look like, if not like this. Then we get into the pericope adulterae - the text dealing with the woman caught in adultery.
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