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Redeeming the Time Tyler Vigue

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Some people who might be worth listening to talk about the things that matter most to them

    Insert Crisis Here - Monologue

    Insert Crisis Here - Monologue

    In this special edition of the Redeeming the Time podcast, Tyler sits down and talks intimately about the latest crisis, whatever that me be. You see, they're all the same. So sit down with your favorite drink and give it a relaxing listen. In this episode you'll hear:
    -How to deal with fear and anxiety over the situation at hand
    -How to avoid anger at other people and the current crisis
    -How to avoid being misinformed and manipulated
    -How to shine the light of Jesus on the internet, not spread hate and unknowingly malicious content

    If you want to learn more about social media manipulation, watch this playlist by Smarter Every Day. Destin is a genius and he changed the way I look at social media forever, allowing me to make sure that I'm not being part of the problem online. Playlist : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjHf9jaFs8XVAQpJLdNNyA8tzhXzhpZHu
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    • 17 min
    16. The Light of the World - John E8

    16. The Light of the World - John E8

    You’re listening to another episode of the Redeeming the Time Podcast! In this episode, Tyler discusses the theme of “Light” in John’s gospel and how it relates to prior biblical metaphors.

    Tyler referenced a guy named “Tim Mackie” in this episode, but didn’t say who he was. For those of you who don’t recall from previous episodes of the show, Tim Mackie is a scholar whom Tyler is minorly obsessed with, and one of the guys behind The Bible Project. Check out their content at https://thebibleproject.com
    The article which Tyler referenced vaguely near the beginning was the Master’s Thesis by Scott Davis which can be read at https://rts.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Davis_Scott_Thesis_20180511.pdf
    Tyler was wrong about the writing of Jeremiah; it was written in the 7th century B.C. He also managed to be wrong about the writing of Isaiah as well (go figure, you get a 50/50 chance and you’ll always guess wrong on the internet…). Isaiah was written prior to Jeremiah, in the 8th century B.C.
    Tyler’s Article “The Significance of Christmas can be read at https://redeemingthetime.online/articles/thesignificanceofchristmas
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    Merry Christmas, from everyone at Redeeming the Time!

    • 43 min
    15. Brought to you by the Number 1 - John E7

    15. Brought to you by the Number 1 - John E7

    On this week’s episode of the Redeeming the Time Podcast, Tyler’s here to talk about another theme that runs through the Gospel of John. Jesus talks a lot about the idea of “oneness,” especially referring to His own relationship with God the Father before the foundations of the earth. Why does Jesus talk about this so much? What does it matter to us? How does it fit into the rest of the story? Tyler answers all these questions and more in this week’s episode.
    One important point in particular is how it fits into the story of the book of John. John follows a pattern much like any good plot, which is part of why it feels so modern, and every good plot has a scene at the end of Act II which acts as the “inflection point” for all the themes in the story. John is the same way. If you want a summary of what the whole story is about, you need to find that scene, and in John, that scene is John 17. Combining this definitive scene with the crucifixion (which Tyler doesn’t mention in this episode, but it will definitely be coming soon), we can understand the big picture of both what John is about as well as the entire Biblical story of God’s rescue plan.

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    • 41 min
    14. Called to (the) Stand - John E6

    14. Called to (the) Stand - John E6

    In this episode, Tyler talks about the pattern of witness and testimony in John's Gospel. Like many patterns in John, the author has built this idea around the number 7, citing 7 witnesses that testified to the nature and person of Jesus Christ. But that's not all to be found when it comes to witness.
    What Tyler didn’t mention about the Beloved Disciple’s witness was his intimacy with Jesus. Take a look at how the beloved is intimate with the Jesus at the last supper: he’s given the primary seat of being on Jesus’ lap. Also notice that, if Baukham is right and the anonymous disciple in chapter 1 is indeed the beloved, then the beloved is one of the first if not THE FIRST to go to wherever it is that Jesus was living. The focus of that passage obviously isn’t whatever Jesus’ living conditions are, it’s that the disciples, Andrew and the Beloved, got to share a special novel connection with Jesus.
    Richard Bauckham’s Book, “Testimony of the Beloved Disciple: Narrative, History, and Theology in the Gospel of John” https://smile.amazon.com/Testimony-Beloved-Disciple-Narrative-Theology/dp/080103485X/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=the+testimony+of+the+beloved+disciple&qid=1574365563&s=books&sr=1-1
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    • 45 min
    13. What is Truth? - John E5

    13. What is Truth? - John E5

    On this episode of the Redeeming the Time podcast, we’re exploring the theme of “The Truth” in John’s Gospel! The truth is possibly THE theme for the book, so it’s important we get it nailed down.

    The article that Tyler quoted from is https://www.etsjets.org/files/JETS-PDFs/48/48-1/48-1-pp033-062_JETS.pdf which he highly recommends you read for yourself. Andreas Köstenberger’s work is incredible!

    Tyler also recommends this source as additional reading, including the comments down low: https://oneinjesus.info/2009/04/dialogue-with-robert-prater-what-is-truth-johns-gospel/

    Finally, the Gospel of John Movie that Tyler referenced again is https://www.jesusfilm.org/watch/life-of-jesus-gospel-of-john.html/english.html which is an AMAZING watch if you want to notice patterns in John’s Gospel.

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    • 52 min
    12. The Word is the Word - John E4

    12. The Word is the Word - John E4

    In today’s episode of Redeeming the Time, Tyler reads how John 1:1 calls Jesus “The Word,” and then he tries to explain that concept without committing major heresy, which proved to be rather difficult. However, it’s well worth the trouble of figuring it out because it takes the huge concept of why Jesus came to earth and uses a perfect metaphor to simplify it for our tiny human minds. All this and more in today’s adventure into the book of John!

    Here’s the link to the John movie Tyler talked about. It’s worth mentioning that watching this movie helped Tyler to notice the patterns that he’s now teaching on in this series. More on that in a future episode:

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    • 32 min

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