Jonathan Anderson teaches about Paul's analogy of treasure in clay pots. He explains that the Corinthian audience to whom Paul was writing was deeply concerned with status, not unlike culture today. Anderson shares that Paul's lowly description of himself informs Christians of the commendable weakness of love.

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    28. Jars of Clay

    by Jonathan A. Anderson

    32:51 — March 23, 2015

    Jars of Clay

    Jonathan Anderson teaches about Paul's analogy of treasure in clay pots. He explains that the Corinthian audience to whom Paul was writing was deeply concerned with status, not unlike culture today...

  • 29. Songs and Poems of the Trinity

    by Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite

    44:37 — March 25, 2015

    Songs and Poems of the Trinity

    Steve Bell and Malcolm Guite discuss the beauty and mystery of the Trinity. They share songs and poetry that explore the deeper questions of the trinity and consider how humanity is to relate to an...

  • Patience and Faithfulness in God

    Dr. Tania Abouezzedine shares her testimony, from her childhood in the Middle East to present day. She explains her background of growing up in a family that was ambiguous toward religion and how s...

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