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Episode 95: Heritage Baptist Church (Part 2)

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Episode 95: Heritage Baptist Church (Part 2)
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Last week, Tyrell sat with fellow elders, Mpumelelo Kunene and Michael Rogers, to discuss the legacy of Heritage Baptist Church. This week, they continue that discussion.

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Episode 94: Heritage Baptist Church

Table Talk with Tyrell
Table Talk with Tyrell
Episode 94: Heritage Baptist Church
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For ten years, Tyrell has been pastoring Heritage Baptist Church, a church in Melville, Johannesburg. God used Tyrell and fellow pastor, Michael Rogers, to plant the church ten years ago. In this week’s episode, Tyrell, Michael, and fellow pastor Lelo Kunene talk about their experiences and the lessons they’ve learned in planting and pastoring Heritage Baptist Church.

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Follow the program on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram.

Listen live every Friday at 9:00 AM (SAST) on Radio Pulpit 675AM and Cape Pulpit 729AM.

Follow Tyrell on Twitter or read some of his musings on his blog.

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Episode 19: The Song of Solomon

Table Talk with Tyrell
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Episode 19: The Song of Solomon
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It’s a not uncommon for readers to wonder what Song of Songs is doing in the Bible. A love song between a man and a woman full of lush, and sometimes erotic, imagery hardly seems appropriate for Holy Writ. But here it is in our Bible.

Modern readers are not the only ones to be startled by the content of the Song. Its inclusion in the canon of Scripture was a matter of debate among rabbis in the first century. Some considered it little more than a drinking song. The matter was settled by the great teacher and mystic, Rabbi Akiba, who said, “The whole world is not worth the day on which the Song of Songs was given to Israel, for all the Scriptures are holy, but the Song of Songs is the Holy of Holies.”

Early and medieval Christians shared this high opinion of the Song. Origen wrote homilies and a ten-volume commentary on it. In the Middle Ages, the Song was the subject of more commentaries than any other Old Testament book. Bernard of Clairvaux, in the twelfth century, wrote eighty six sermons on the Song—and did not even get past chapter 2)

What is it about this book that has inspired such enthusiasm? What is the purpose of Song of Songs? This is the topic of discussion on Table Talk with Tyrell this week.

Resources

Michael’s sermon series on Song of Songs