Bible Study Gospel of John Pt. 16


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Thank you to all who send questions. There were some really excellent ones this week. Please keep them coming!

Beginning this week, our normal Bible Study time will usurped by the Presanctified Liturgies of Great Lent. In truth, however, people are not showing up in person to the study, but rather prefer to listen on their own time and send questions via email. Thus, I can record in part or in whole at various times during the week, knitting together recordings as necessary. In other words, we will continue to study the Gospel of John throughout Lent and I will encourage people to continue to send in questions.

The text for next session will be John 4:1-13.

The audio for this session can be found here.


Bible Study Gospel of John Pt. 14


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Thanks as always to those who send me questions. For those that think of questions after Wednesday, please do still send them. I always do the questions last, so I can always record a response and tack it on to the end of the audio or I can always deal with them during the next Bible Study Session.

The audio of this week’s session can be found here.

The reading for the next session will be:

John 3:22-35


Bible Study Gospel of John Pt. 11



Thank you to all who sent in questions. This week someone wanted a clarification of a verse from last week and this was tremendously useful in framing the discussion for this week. Therefore, do not be shy about asking questions even about things that are not directly related to this weeks reading.

The session from this week can be found here.

The reading for next week is Psalm 68(69). In case there is confusion over the difference in the LXX and Masoretic numbering, the Psalm begins with the verse, “Save me, O God, for the waters flood my soul.”

This Psalm is quoted by John in John 2:17. I did not touch upon this in the session from this week because I think it deserves its own session.