The Podechesis Podcast (Episode 18) On Jesus Christ Part 1: Jesus the Redeemer

Who is Jesus?  What does it mean that he is the redeemer?  Lord?  Son of God?  Eternal?  How is Jesus the answer to the sin problem?  Does Jesus still matter today?

In this episode of The Podechesis Podcast, Brett, Jim, and Allen discuss question 21 of John Wesley’s Revision of the Westminster Shorter Catechism: Who is the redeemer of God’s Elect (mankind).  They discuss the divinity of Jesus, his humanity, and why it is important that he was more than a great teacher and moral figure from the past.  The guys will also talk about some different heresies, church councils, and what the early church really thought of him.

Along the way, Jim will make a wager, Allen will dream of shamrocks, and Brett will be craving a bowl of Lucky Charms by the end of the episode.

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Important Links For This Episode

Scripture Proofs: 1 Timothy 2:5-6; John 1:14; Galatians 4:4; Romans 9:5; Luke 1:35; Colossians 2:9; Hebrews 7:24-25

Wesley’s Revision of the Shorter Catechism (From Seedbed.com): https://store.seedbed.com/collections/the-john-wesley-collection/products/wesleys-revision-of-the-shorter-catechism

Wesley One Volume Bible Commentary

Absolute Basics of the Christian Faith by Phil Tallon

Catechetical Discourses by Gregory of Nyssa

For a great entry level look at some of the heresies and church councils we mentioned in this episode see Turning Points by Mark Noll and The Story of Christian Theology by Roger Olson.

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