Theopolis Podcast: The End of John’s Gospel (The Gospel of John)

This week on the Theopolis podcast, Peter Leithart and I discuss the concluding chapters of John’s Gospel.

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Theopolis Podcast: Jesus Raises Lazarus (The Gospel of John)

This week on the Theopolis podcast, Peter Leithart and I discuss Jesus’ seventh sign: the raising of Lazarus in John 11.

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Peter Walking on the Water

Following the land/sea symbology of Israel/nations — when Jesus walks on water (as if it were land) do you think this is a type of the mystery revealed in the gospel (ie: the nations/waters are brought into God’s family/land)? Does Peter’s experience here foreshadow his initial comprehension of the mystery, followed by stumbling with the Judaizers (per Paul’s account in Galatians)?

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Theopolis Podcast: Resurrection in the Story of Joseph

On this episode of the Theopolis podcast, both Peter Leithart and James Jordan are away, so I discuss themes of resurrection in the story of Joseph by myself.

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