The creators of BibleProject have in-depth conversations about the Bible and theology. A companion podcast to BibleProject videos found at bibleproject.com
God’s Global Family – Family of God E1
Jesus unites his followers across cultural and ethnic lines as members of his global family. But that doesn’t mean cultural differences disappear. In fact, Jesus resurrects and glorifies what is unique and beautiful about every culture. In this episode, listen in as Tim and Jon discuss what it means to be part of the family of God.
Does God Punish Innocent People? – Character of God E14 Q+R #2
Sometimes the Bible seems to contradict itself––God is slow to anger, except for the times he appears to get mad quickly. The biblical authors don’t give us a systematic explanation, but they invite us to wrestle through our deepest questions and encounter a clearer, more nuanced picture of God. Learn more as Tim, Jon, and Carissa respond to your questions!
Biblical Trust Isn't Blind – Character of God E13
Are we called to have blind trust in God? Not exactly. People in the Bible trusted God because he had proven himself trustworthy and reliable again and again. In this episode, Tim, Jon, and Carissa explore God’s fifth and final attribute in Exodus 34:6, his trustworthiness.
The Loyal Love of God – Character of God E12
Despite generations of rebellion and sin, God continues to pursue his people with his promise-keeping loyalty and generosity. In this episode, Tim, Jon, and Carissa explore the fourth attribute God assigns himself in Exodus 34:6-7, loyal love.
Saved from God’s Wrath – Character of God E11
God demonstrates his wrath by handing his people over to the natural consequences of their own destructive decisions, which ultimately leads to death. In this episode, Tim, Jon, and Carissa discuss what it means to be saved from God’s wrath by embracing the life of Jesus and a whole new set of natural consequences: lives given over to love and righteousness.
Two Men Named Jesus – Character of God E10
Jesus saw himself as the one who would drink the cup of God’s wrath, which meant dying in Israel’s place at the hand of Rome. Yet the death of Jesus was about more than just Rome. In this episode, Tim, Jon, and Carissa talk about what it meant that Jesus drank the cup.
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Thanks Tim and Jon for all you do. I came across your pod cast after it was mentioned in church by one of our leaders. That was in February or so and as of today I have listen to all your podcasts up to 2018. That was all I found on Spotify at the time. But I have since listened to 2015 and working my way through 2016. Don’t worry I’m still keeping up with the weekly releases as well.
You both have helped me so much I can’t put it into words. My love for the bible has been renewed and I can’t get enough. I’ve even downloaded logos and I use the tree of life version of the bible. I find it’s nearly written as you would like Tim. This version was done with Jews in mind but written in English.
Thank you both. I’m so grateful for the blessing of you both. Plus Clarissa.
I like his voice
Soundtrack of Lockdown
This has been an absolute gem!!!! Been Gardening/Labouring this Lockdown as A-levels cancelled and this has got me through the long days, hours upon hours of podcast series it’s been amazing, to the point every time I hear the intro music I can just imagine u guys taking and I know I’m in for a treat. The way you talk and bounce off each other and are real, go deep into the Hebrew and Greek scriptures, that it’s one unified story and who and why Jesus is this totally rad dude/ son of God and saviour of the world 😁😂🤩
Jon when you have the questions we all (or I) think and actually say them is awesome and Tim the responses and your way of listening and teaching is equally awesome, and so too recently Carissa is awesome. Pretty much you guys are awesome (plus Dan, Tense and Camden ur awesome too and everyone else)