Tag: water into wine
January 6th: Jeremiah 5 and John 2:1-12
Theopolis Podcast: Water to Wine (The Gospel of John)
In our current Theopolis podcast series, Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, and I are working through the first half of the Gospel of John, focusing on the signs of Jesus. This week we discuss Jesus’s first sign, the turning of water into wine at the wedding in Cana.
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New Wineskins, New Covenant
How should the illustrations of wineskins and garments in Mark 2 inform our understanding of the relationship between the old and new covenants?
Jesus and the Water in the Wilderness
Following up on my earlier discussion of Miriam’s provision of water in the wilderness, I discuss the New Testament’s use of the Exodus water stories.
The Creation Days and the Seven Signs of John
Is there a legitimate connection between Jesus’ 7 signs in John 1-11 and the creation week in Genesis 1-3?
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