Feed on
Posts

Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the Book of Job. This is the second of four sessions.

00:0000:00

HANDOUT Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the text of the Book of Job, translating from the Ancient Hebrew as we go.

icon for podbean

Professor T.C. Ham of Malone University walks the class through the text of the Book of Job, translating from the Ancient Hebrew as we go. This is the first of four sessions.

00:0000:00

James: Brother of Jesus.

Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

00:0000:00

HANDOUT James: Brother of Jesus.

Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

icon for podbean

Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

00:0000:00

HANDOUT Dr. Keith Lloyd's third session of a five week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

icon for podbean

Dr. Keith Lloyd's second session of a four week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

00:0000:00

HANDOUT

Dr. Keith Lloyd's second session of a four week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

icon for podbean

Dr. Keith Lloyd begins his first of a four week series on Jesus as "Jesus of Nazareth". Dr. Lloyd is Assistant Professor of English at Kent State University.

The Gospels and the Book of Acts often refer to Jesus as ‘Jesus of Nazareth’, but that title is not used again in any other New Testament book. That title, however, affirms Jesus as a historical person, a significant element of early Christian preaching, one that got lost a bit as the church grew in size and importance. This series then takes an in-depth look at the life and world of Jesus of Nazareth, the enigmatic figure of the New Testament who called himself ‘the Son of Man.’

00:0000:00

- Older Posts »