My Kingdom Is Not of This World

Series: The Gospel of John Year-Long Series – Published: Sunday, 13 Oct 2019

Hosted by Adriel Sanchez Bob Hiller Chris Gordon Shane Rosenthal

When Jesus was brought before Pilate, he was essentially accused of being a kind of rival king, a usurper to the throne. But when asked, he said, “My kingdom is not of this world.” What are the implications of this statement for us as Christians? For example, should believers separate themselves from the world? The hosts will also discuss the significance of Pilate’s words when he said, “Behold the man,” as he presented Jesus to the crowd wearing a purple robe and a crown of thorns.

Members Only

Login to access:

  • Members
  • Terms To Learn
  • Discussion Questions
  • Partners Only
  • All Shows
  • Bonus Tracks

Login

Not a partner? Sign-up.

Or, become a free member

LOGIN

Email Address
Password
Forgot Password?
OR
Signup for an account now