To the Christian, doctrine is unavoidable. Ours is never a choice between doctrine and no doctrine, but between sound doctrine and false doctrine. This is nowhere more urgent than when we are talking about the Christ, who is the object of our faith.
Episode 22: From the Earth Up—Synoptic Portrait of Christ
Today on Table Talk with Tyrell,@Tyrell Haag joined by professor Darrel Bock, Executive Director of Cultural Engagement at The Hendricks Center and Senior Research Professor of New Testament studies at Dallas Theological Seminary. We are discussing "Jesus from the Earth Up". How do you explain Jesus to someone who starts with no biblical background, using the synoptics as a base? The Synoptics work differently than John’s gospel – the synoptics progressively reveal who Jesus is,and what he came to do,from the earth up.#657AM#729AM
Posted by Radio Pulpit / Radiokansel on Friday, 5 July 2019
0:01:03—Welcoming Dr Darrell Bock
0:07:40—The Synoptics particularly useful for the unbeliever
0:10:40—How we handle the Gospels unhelpfully
0:24:00—How the Gospels came into existence
0:29:50—The “missing” Gospels
0:40:00—Jarius’s daughter and the differing accounts
0:48:58—The healing of the paralytic
0:58:55—Jesus’ own words in the Gospels—Are they more precious?
1:00:00—The portrait of Christ from the Synoptic writers
1:07:00—The calling of the Twelve and its significance
1:12:29—Can we speak of Jesus from the book of Revelation?
1:16:20—Son of Man
The Missing Gospels: Unearthing the Truth Behind Alternative Christianities (by Darrell Bock) [Amazon Kindle]
Studying the Historical Jesus: A Guide to Sources and Methods (by Darrell Bock) [Amazon Kindle] [Good Neighbours]