New Testament Bible Studies

New Testament Bible studies from the podcast Wednesday in the word with Krisan Marotta. Each season is a study on a book of the Bible with an emphasis on learning how to study. To listen, select the podcast page below to access an entire series. Or use your favorite podcast app on your mobile device (just keep scrolling).

 

New Testament Bible Studies

Galatians: Living by Faith

Galatians: Living by Faith

A 15-week Bible study podcast series on Paul’s letter to the Galatians. In Galatians, Paul argues that you can recognize the gospel by its substance, source and result.

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Gospel of Matthew 8-12: Behold the King!

Gospel of Matthew 8-12: Behold the King!

After the Sermon on the Mount, Matthew focuses our attention on the miracles of Jesus. Having shown us that Jesus speaks with the authority of God, Matthew now shows us that Jesus also acts with the authority of God, by performing miracles only God can perform. The miracles confront us with the question: will we believe Jesus is who he says he is?

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2 Peter: How to find life

2 Peter: How to find life

Simon Peter served as an apostle of Jesus Christ for 3 or 4 decades.  As his earthly life drew to a close, Peter wrote his second letter to encourage and admonish the churches. What truths did he think were so important that he had to make sure he wrote them down before he died? Peter strongly emphasizes our future hope and the return of Christ.  Our future hope is more than living forever: it concerns being freed from sin and death and sharing the holiness of God.

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Philemon: How to be a Hero

Philemon: How to be a Hero

While philosophers often use this letter to talk about the evils of slavery and sometimes condemn Paul for not taking a strong stance against it, I think this letter has much more to say to us as individual believers about how we should live our daily lives.

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Philippians: Choose Life

Philippians: Choose Life

Paul’s letter to the Philippians is filled expressions of praise, joy and confidence, despite the fact that Paul wrote the letter while he was in prison. The Philippian church, unlike many other churches Paul wrote to, was not facing any particular problem or controversy. Instead their challenges were the kind that plague many churches today. We can learn from Paul how to rejoice and persevere in the mundane, ordinary difficulties of life.

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1 Peter: Living as aliens and strangers

1 Peter: Living as aliens and strangers

Peter wrote his first letter give his readers perspective on the big picture. The gospel (the big picture) has implications for each of those relationships and that is what this letter is about: how we respond to God and view ourselves in this world; how we respond to other believers who are walking this journey with us and how we respond to those who persecute and hate us.

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James: The Gospel in Shoe Leather

James: The Gospel in Shoe Leather

If I could sum up James, in one verse, it would be Luke 6:46: “Why do you call me ‘Lord, Lord,’ and not do what I tell you?” The central question of the book of James is: Are you living what you claim to believe?

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Questions Jesus Asked

Questions Jesus Asked

Have you ever wondered why Jesus would ask a question, especially one he already knows the answer to? This series looks at the places where Jesus asks a question in the Gospel of Mark.

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Ephesians: Our New Life in Christ

Ephesians: Our New Life in Christ

Paul writes to instruct and exhort believers as to the full ramifications of their relationship with Jesus Christ, including what Christ accomplished on their behalf and the appropriate change in their lifestyle as a response.

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Romans: Justification by Faith

Romans: Justification by Faith

The apostle Paul writes to explain the good news of Jesus Christ, who as Messiah, is the Savior for all people; who as the Transformer of lives writes His Law on our hearts; and who as the Lord of history is carefully bringing this salvation to all nations — culminating in the restoration of Israel.

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Parables of Jesus

Parables of Jesus

Parables are serious theology. But they are metaphorical theology. They teach through metaphor, simile, and dramatic action rather than through logic or reasoning,drawing us into the story.

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