Radio Shows in November


Reconciling Accounts of the Resurrection

According to the Apostle Paul, the resurrection of Jesus Christ is of “first importance” (1Cor. 15:3). And yet, if this is such a crucial doctrine, then why are there important differences between John’s version of the story and the Synoptic accounts? How many women arrived at the tomb, and in what order? How many angels did they actually encounter? Shane Rosenthal discusses these questions and more with Lydia McGrew, author of Hidden in Plain View: Unexplained Coincidences in the Gospels and Acts.

Host: Shane Rosenthal & Lydia McGrew

Peace Be With You

In John’s version of the resurrection account, after placing his hands in Christ’s wounds, Thomas says to Jesus, “My Lord and my God!” Was this just an exclamation of surprise, or was this a confession of Jesus’ divinity? Also, what did Jesus first say to his followers when he first revealed himself to them? On this program, the hosts will discuss the second half of chapter 20 in their continuing series through the Gospel of John.

Host: Shane Rosenthal, Bob Hiller, Patrick Crandall, & Chris Gordon

The Epilogue of John’s Gospel

Some scholars have argued that chapter 20 is the real ending of John’s Gospel and that chapter 21 is a later addition. But is there any evidence for this claim? On this program, the hosts will make the argument that John’s Gospel has both a prologue and an epilogue, and will also discuss some clues that appear in this final chapter that may point to the identity of the beloved disciple. That’s the focus of this edition of the White Horse Inn.

Host: Shane Rosenthal, Bob Hiller, Patrick Crandall, & Chris Gordon

Feed My Sheep

In the second half of John chapter 21, Jesus turns to Peter three times and asks him, “Do you love me?” What's the point he’s making, and how does it relate to events that have already transpired? How has John’s theological emphasis shifted as we’ve made the transition from the body of this narrative to the epilogue? The hosts will discuss these issues and more as they conclude the “verse-by-verse” portion of their year-long study of the Gospel of John.

Host: Shane Rosenthal, Bob Hiller, Patrick Crandall, & Chris Gordon

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