History, Theology

Swaddling Cloths

Recently, I saw a video of a supposed Messianic Jewish rabbi talking about Luke 2:12. After declaring Jesus's birth in Bethlehem, the angelic host tells the shepherds: And this will be a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in swaddling cloths and lying in a manger. This rabbi goes on to say… Continue reading Swaddling Cloths

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Church, Greek

IKON

At Bedford Road, we finished up Luke 5 yesterday. To be honest, I am still a little surprised that it took me so long to work through the chapter but there is just so much depth to these first encounters with Jesus. The way Jesus turned these people's lives around, and then he encounters a… Continue reading IKON

Church, Preaching, Series

I’m Feeling Pretty Intimidated

Sunday night, I started doing my preliminary reading of Luke's Gospel. This year, we're going to do something a little different for Advent and Easter, incorporating the two seasons into a single teaching series from that Gospel. We haven't come up for a title for the teaching series yet, but the idea is to create… Continue reading I’m Feeling Pretty Intimidated