This inspiring reading of Jesus sources its accounts from the Gospels, as it explores dimensions to his person with which we may be less familiar.
Jesus knew that the time had finally come—the hour when the Son of Man would be glorified.
The Pharisees tried to seize Jesus, as it seemed he was claiming to be divine and daring to speak of his own authority concerning the Law.
As seasoned fishermen, Jesus' disciples knew enough to be afraid. But where was Jesus?
Early church Christians followed the teachings of Jesus. Their living, giving, serving, and loving resulted in the spread of the gospel across the ancient world.
Before there were four written Gospels, there was the single oral telling of the good news. Ben Witherington III explores what that might have sounded like in written form.
Jesus is being anointed by the Holy Spirit in a way that makes sense because of what we know from the Old Testament.
In the midst of Paul’s missionary journey, we find out a lot about God’s guidance in Paul’s life and in the life of the church in Antioch which commissioned and sent out Paul and Barnabus.
We have to understand that crisis and process are both important for good Christian maturity. We need both the crisis events and the ongoing process.
One way of thinking about the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament is to examine every mention of the Holy Spirit and try to understand what we can learn about the Spirit.