#ec1dot42 - The Bones of Our Beliefs: Jesus
Who is Jesus and what exactly has he done for us? Why does it matter that he is the Son of God?
Was he really real? Was he really God or just a good dude with some magic tricks?
The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus is central to every conversation because every conversation rests on the validity of the story.
So what do you say, Let’s talk about Jesus, shall we? On this episode of Another Empty Conversation
The time has arrived for Another Empty Conversation- a show that lets you eavesdrop on a conversation about faith and following Jesus. We talk about our faith so you can talk about yours.
My name is Josh and I welcome you to Empty Conversation episode 1dot42.
We are humbled that you have joined us and are excited to get started.
Before we get started I have a simple question for you:
Are you tired?
If you are out there and you are tired I feel you. Schedules have been quite hectic lately and school is about to start again throwing another thousand items on our to-do lists.
So, if you are out there and you’re worn out I just want to send a special thanks to you for taking your time to join in our Empty Conversation. There are many ways you can choose to spend your time and if you choose to spend it with us we are filled with gratitude for you.
Today Sarah, Sean, and Kristal talk about Jesus. Now every week we talk about Jesus, but this week we review some of the fundamental truths about Jesus - who he was, what he accomplished, and his place in eternity.
This is a continuation of series looking at the Bones of Our Beliefs - the theological structure which guides our conversation and actions as a church.
Talking about Jesus is a continual theme. The depths of his love and truth is infinitely searchable and eternally beautiful. By his gracious actions we are rescued from our enslavement to sin. These are just some of the reasons why we gather and sing songs, and read the Bible, and worship together. Without Jesus we have nothing worth holding on to.
Next week we turn our attention to the Holy Spirit and his role in our lives. Is the work of the Holy Spirit more than just making people dance around an altar? Is it fair to say that the Holy Spirit is the least understood and least appreciated? Tune in and turn it up next week to here our discussion of the ever-present member of the Trinity.