For the Easter season, I am reading the Books of Homilies, using John Griffiths’ 1859 edition.
Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, and I continue our series in Luke, discussing Luke 2:1-20 and the birth of Jesus.
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I was recently a guest on the Breakpoint podcast, where Shane Morris and I discussed the relationship between the nativity of Christ and his death and resurrection in the Gospels. Take a listen.
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Today, I comment on Genesis 25, where we see Abraham’s death and the beginning of the great struggle between Esau and Jacob.
In this episode of my series on the Family of Abraham, I discuss Abraham’s sojourn in Gerar, Abimelech’s taking of Sarah, and the opening of the Philistines’ wombs.
I discuss the destruction of Sodom and the rescue of Lot.