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We’re taking a short break from our series on the book of Acts this week to talk with Lilac, a teenager who was kicked out of her home because of religious issues with her Jehovah’s Witness family.
The first part of the episode, I’ll explain to Linz how I found out what was going on with Lilac and get Linz’s reaction.
And in the second part we have a call with Lilac.
If you’re interested in helping out Lilac, here is her Go Fund Me...
We continue our series on Acts starting with a story about a Sorcerer named Simon.
A guy named Philip meets an unnamed Ethiopian eunuch who is really into a prophesy that Philip completely gets wrong. Also it turns out Christians can teleport.
We have a real Saul on the road to Damascus moment, when we talk about Saul on the road to Damascus.
We talk about the most important woman to never get any attention in bible.
And Herod die...
We kick off our series on the book of Acts and start with yet another telling of the ascension of Jesus. Slightly different from Luke but very different from the other gospels.
Judas gets replaced.
The Holy Spirit comes on everyone at the Pentecost! Lapping up their loins with tongues of fire.
And the early church starts getting persecuted simply for yelling at everyone that they killed Jesus.
We wrap up our 18 part series on Jesus and the gospels with his bouncy ball burial. You just can’t keep this dude down.
While there’s some discrepancies among the gospels on the burial, that’s nothing compared to the resurrection. None of them can agree wtf happened. How many angels were there? Were they men or boys? Were there solders there? Did the women run off and not tell anyone what happened?
It’s a big mess, but we’ll lay it...
This is it folks. The crucifixion. The grand climax. Where God’s Holy Spirit comes on all of us.
But first we find out what happened to Judas, who realized what a Judas he had been to Jesus. But of course, no one can say for sure what happened to him.
Jesus is put on trial before Pontius Pilate who oddly comes across as a pretty decent dude. Too decent, mayhaps. And Jewish people seem to be suspiciously too eager to have Jesus ki...
We start off by asking the ultimate question… What are the nuts in your life? But then we start talking about Jesus.
Jesus goes to the garden of Gethsemane where he keeps praying and his disciples keep falling asleep. Even when an angel shows up and scares Jesus so bad he starts sweating blood.
Judas does what he does best and betrays Jesus. He comes up with a suspiciously specific signal to point Jesus out to the crowd.
Jesus is about to have his last supper and he uses his apparently psychic abilities to tell the disciples how to get it set up.
Then Jesus strips down and washes his disciples’ feet. I don’t know why he had to get naked for it, but there you go. Unless he’s not naked. Unless there is an opposite to “outer” clothing that we can’t think of.
Linz finds out that Judas was the treasurer of the disciples and we realize that they’re just ...
Crucifying Tony Stark – https://youtu.be/V9_AeLmuRKc?t=120
Turns out Jesus wants us to #TaxTheRich! At least that’s what he tells some Pharisee’s who try to trap him by asking one question and giving up.
Also, Jesus is asked important questions such as if a woman clearly kills 7 brothers, all of whom she married, ...
What does it take to get Jesus’ attention when you’re vertically challenged? Hope you’re good at climbing trees. If you are, hope you have space for Jesus to invite himself over for the night.Parable of the Ten Minas / Bags of Gold
We discuss prosperity gospel cultists’ favorite parable about needing to gain interest on your money in order to win God’s love.Jesus Comes to Jerusalem
It’s a Mother’s Day episode! Josh’s mom, Jill, and Lindsay’s son, Connor, join us.
Speaking of mothers, we dig into the questions around Mother Teresa’s work. Was she actually helping people or just raising money for the catholic church?
We cover the parable of The Prodigal Son, the Shrewd Manager, and the Unmerciful Servant.
Jesus randomly drops a “don’t get divorced” line between stories.
And we analyze the story of the Rich Man ...
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