PODCAST: Yeshua in Context – Puzzling Pharisee Statement

btal1This episode is one of the more important ones for understanding Yeshua’s mission and message.

Yeshua from time to time said things that perplex most of his followers. He wasn’t a simple guy at all. Neither was his world a simple one to understand.

This reflection grew out of some reading I have been enjoying on the history, theology, and practice of the Pharisees. How could Yeshua make this particular statement about them? How does this statement call for many people to re-direct their thinking about who Yeshua was and what his mission and message are all about?

LISTEN ONE OF TWO WAYS:

(1) If you have iTunes, search Yeshua in the iTunes store and subscribe.

(2) If you don’t use iTunes, go to this link at derekleman.com.

About Derek Leman

IT guy working in the associations industry. Formerly a congregational rabbi. Dad of 8. Nerd.
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2 Responses to PODCAST: Yeshua in Context – Puzzling Pharisee Statement

  1. joncline says:

    Hey Derek,

    Excited to hear more. Btw, when you search for ‘Yeshua’ in iTunes, there are at least 3 other items that come up so using this URL will send people that have iTunes directly to your podcast page where they can subscribe:

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewPodcast?id=321168402

    You might want to create a url that forwards to it like:
    http://www.derekleman.com/itunes

    As it won’t change very often.

    Thanks!

  2. judahgabriel says:

    I’m loving the podcasts, Derek, keep ’em comin’! :-)

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