Draws attention to a subtler and less obvious ramification of Jesus’ resurrection.
Explores one of the central themes of Jesus' teaching: the Kingdom of God.
Reflects on the human condition confronted with the reality of death.
Unpacks the metaphor of "food and drink" in communion.
Argues that we can only understand the true joy of Christmas by understanding the fact of death.
Encourages believers to persevere in their faith in the light of Jesus' resurrection.
Examines the Christian response to feeling disconnected from God.
Imagines one man's experience on Judgement Day.
Discusses four important implications of Jesus' resurrection.
Reflects on both the birth and resurrection of Jesus in the light of God’s purposes and promises.
Answers the question, "Do the promises of the gospel come to us for free or at great cost?"
Contrasts the futility we experience in this life with God’s promise of Life in the age to come.
Asks the question, "Why do we love to look and feel religious?"
Proposes that the meaning of Christmas lies in the certainty that God will fulfill His promises.
Discusses the importance of Jesus' resurrection and addresses the question, "Who will follow the resurrected Jesus into Life?"
Looks at God’s promises and covenants to makes a case for Christianity being Jewish.
Discusses the nature of the “clues” the people at the time of Jesus had for recognizing Him as the Messiah and draws a lesson for believers today.
Reflects on how the circumstances of Jesus’ birth foreshadowed His willingness to suffer shame and wrath on our behalf.
Looks at the implications of Jesus as Judge.
Addresses the question, “How are we to interact with others who hold doctrinally significant beliefs that we think are false?”