The Podechesis Podcast (Episode 24): On Jesus Christ Part 7: The Exaltation of Christ

What is the exaltation of Christ?  How does Jesus’ “upward turn” complete the Gospel?  What is the meaning of the Harrowing of Hell, the Resurrection, The ascension, and the 2nd coming?  Why does the exaltation of Jesus even matter?

On this episode of the Podechesis Podcast, the guys discuss question 28 of  John Wesley’s Revision of the Westminster Shorter Catechism, Q28–In what consists of Christ’s exaltation?  They talk about what was happening between the crucifixion and resurrection, why Jesus’ ascension is important, and why maybe the second coming of Christ may not be as confusing as it seems.

Along the way, Jim embraces his inner Gollum, Allen dreams of a drone-Jesus for next year’s ascension day celebration, and Brett realizes his dream of being king is really a longshot.

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Important Links For This Episode

Scripture Proofs: 1 Corinthians 15:4; Mark 16:19; Ephesians 1:20; Acts 1:11; Acts 17:31

Wesley’s Revision of the Shorter Catechism (From

Wikipedia article of Westminster Shorter Catechism:

Classic Christianity by Thomas Oden (or his 3 Vol. set)

Daily Text by

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