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The creators of BibleProject have in-depth conversations about the Bible and theology. A companion podcast to BibleProject videos found at bibleproject.com 

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episode What "Hypocrite" Means to Jesus artwork
What "Hypocrite" Means to Jesus
Sermon on the Mount E17 – In Matthew 6, Jesus transitions from sharing a vision for righteousness that fulfills the Torah and Prophets to talking about how true righteousness impacts religious practices. Religious practices—like prayer, serving the poor, or generosity—are meant to align our hearts with God. But Jesus noticed that many people in his day were doing religious practices to promote their own name and status. He called this behavior hypocrisy, which meant something different to him that it does to us today. In this episode, Jon and Tim discuss the original meaning of the word “hypocrite” and the differing motivations people can have for doing right by God and others. View more resources on our website → [http://bibleproject.com] Timestamps  * Chapter 1: The Meaning of “Hypocrite” (00:00-10:06) * Chapter 2: Seeking Reward from People or God (10:06-15:38) * Chapter 3: A Reward of Honor (15:38-31:16) Referenced Resources * Check out Tim’s library here. [https://bibleproject.com/tim-mackie/] * You can experience our entire library of resources in the BibleProject app, available for Android [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bibleproject] and iOS [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bibleproject/id1523687027]. Show Music  * Original Sermon on the Mount music by Richie Kohen * BibleProject theme song by TENTS * “Silk” by El Train * “Brush Strokes” by Blue Wednesday and morningtime Show Credits Jon Collins is the creative producer for today’s show, and Tim Mackie is the lead scholar. Production of today’s episode is by Lindsey Ponder, producer; Cooper Peltz, managing producer; Colin Wilson, producer; and Stephanie Tam, consultant and editor. Tyler Bailey is our audio engineer and editor, and he also provided our sound design and mix. Frank Garza and Aaron Olsen edited today's episode. JB Witty does our show notes, and Hannah Woo provides the annotations for our app. Today’s hosts are Jon Collins and Michelle Jones. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
Gestern - 31 min
episode Why Does Jesus Want Us to Love Our Enemies? artwork
Why Does Jesus Want Us to Love Our Enemies?
Sermon on the Mount E16 – In Matthew 5:43-48, Jesus shares his sixth and final case study based on the wisdom of the Torah, and it may be the most challenging one yet. The first three case studies focused on treating others as sacred image-bearers of God. The fourth and fifth case studies offered guidance on how to handle conflict. And in the final case study, Jesus concludes with wisdom on how to respond to people who not only dislike us but even desire our harm. In this episode, Jon and Tim discuss one of Jesus’ most famous teachings: “Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” View more resources on our website → [http://bibleproject.com] Timestamps  * Chapter 1: Recap of the Sermon so Far (00:00-11:16) * Chapter 2: Unpacking “Love Your Neighbor and Hate Your Enemy” (11:16-20:12) * Chapter 3: Who Is My Neighbor? (20:12-33:47) * Chapter 4: Loving Like God and the Meaning of Teleios (33:47-51:36) Referenced Resources * The Gospel of Matthew (New International Commentary on the New Testament) [https://www.amazon.com/Gospel-Matthew-International-Commentary-Testament/dp/080282501X/ref=sr_1_1?dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.EYlIOLzJN_H-HGwEHoBrYmlB_tI6yQC4pALKDFdR2qE.y-XWo_IA9G-BGpXXGdDD9TYz_ijihqOMGEhd9G2bKlo&dib_tag=se&keywords=R.+T.+France%2C+The+Gospel+of+Matthew%2C+The+New+International+Commentary+on+the+New+Testament%2C&qid=1711129236&sr=8-1] by R. T. France  * Check out Tim’s library here. [https://bibleproject.com/tim-mackie/] * You can experience our entire library of resources in the BibleProject app, available for Android [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bibleproject] and iOS [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bibleproject/id1523687027]. Show Music  * Original Sermon on the Mount music by Richie Kohen * BibleProject theme song by TENTS * “Better Days” - Evil Needle * “Inner Glow” - Bao & Packed Rich Show Credits Jon Collins is the creative producer for today’s show, and Tim Mackie is the lead scholar. Production of today’s episode is by Lindsey Ponder, producer; Cooper Peltz, managing producer; Colin Wilson, producer; and Stephanie Tam, consultant and editor. Tyler Bailey, Frank Garza, and Aaron Olsen are our audio editors. Tyler Bailey is also our audio engineer, and he provided our sound design and mix. JB Witty does our show notes, and Hannah Woo provides the annotations for our app. Today’s hosts are Jon Collins and Michelle Jones. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
15. Apr. 2024 - 51 min
episode What Jesus Means by “Turn the Other Cheek” artwork
What Jesus Means by “Turn the Other Cheek”
Sermon on the Mount E15 – In Matthew 5:38-42, Jesus offers wisdom from the Torah about retaliation, justice, and nonviolent resistance to injustice. He references a series of laws in Exodus 21, Leviticus 24, and Deuteronomy 19, all of which contain the familiar language of “eye for eye, tooth for tooth.” Jesus reveals the surprising wisdom within these laws, using real-life scenarios that would have been familiar to oppressed Israelites living under Roman occupation: turning the other cheek, giving your cloak, and going the extra mile. In this episode, Jon, Tim, and Michelle discuss how these actions can open up our imaginations for boldly standing against injustice in creative, nonviolent ways. View more resources on our website → [http://bibleproject.com] Timestamps  * Chapter 1: Cultural Background of “Eye for Eye” (00:00-20:45) * Chapter 2: The Meaning of “Do Not Resist” (20:45-28:13) * Chapter 3: Turn the Other Cheek (28:13-39:20) * Chapter 4: Give Up Your Coat (39:20-45:30) * Chapter 5: Go the Extra Mile (45:30-01:01:00) Referenced Resources * The Gospel of Matthew: A Socio-Rhetorical Commentary [https://www.amazon.com/Gospel-Matthew-Socio-Rhetorical-Commentary/dp/0802864988] by Craig S. Keener * The JPS Torah Commentary: Exodus [https://www.amazon.com/JPS-Torah-Commentary-Exodus/dp/0827603274] by Nahum M. Sarna * Romeo and Juliet [https://www.amazon.com/Romeo-Juliet-Folger-Shakespeare-Library/dp/0743477111/ref=sr_1_1?crid=5BYVOXWDV1Y0&dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.OnvbwIMEBsva5oLoPIxIHFItfMLmydF6GwuybNldOrwH8ylkxmGdxsy28_Kde5pI_k_zdmTlAH1nJE_oBwdLCuW9riWfM9A6FzcpZRHrblvjDWAWWP-n3xBkHlUmq7EDmIrh] by William Shakespeare * Strength to Love [https://www.amazon.com/Strength-Love-Martin-Luther-King/dp/0800697405/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&dib_tag=se&dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.yAMdSLDRou-rxC-FryH4uOR8At2z4SWVq4GLjOwRO80Q12M8Wa7ePbhjkEc5M2-1C4ieVVoRbq7XbtX2sd82VLCCreHAgjeIr8xoz-wtoFnNk0n8Th2NBOib36-kg9qT5rdDSgdVfOiS4IWkS4X5nA.jouxFHm85jBOa7zSMUFygzHEEYexdbk8-k5TRSxOn7Q&qid=1710266255&sr=1-1] by Martin Luther King Jr. * Check out Tim’s library here. [https://bibleproject.com/tim-mackie/] * You can experience our entire library of resources in the BibleProject app, available for Android [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bibleproject] and iOS [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bibleproject/id1523687027]. Show Music  * Original Sermon on the Mount music by Richie Kohen * BibleProject theme song by TENTS Show Credits Jon Collins is the creative producer for today’s show, and Tim Mackie is the lead scholar. Production of today’s episode is by Lindsey Ponder, producer; Cooper Peltz, managing producer; Colin Wilson, producer; and Stephanie Tam, consultant and editor. Tyler Bailey, Frank Garza, and Aaron Olsen are our audio editors. Tyler Bailey is also our audio engineer, and he provided our sound design and mix. JB Witty does our show notes, and Hannah Woo provides the annotations for our app. Today’s hosts are Jon Collins and Michelle Jones. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
08. Apr. 2024 - 1 h 1 min
episode Why Does Jesus Say Not to Swear Oaths? artwork
Why Does Jesus Say Not to Swear Oaths?
Sermon on the Mount E14 – In Matthew 5:33-48, Jesus offers three case studies about how people can work together in spite of conflict. The first case study focuses on the ancient practice of oath keeping. By the time of Jesus, ancient Israelites no longer spoke the divine name of Yahweh out of respect, but they would still swear oaths by things closely related to God—like the sky, land, temple, etc. Some people used these oaths as a loophole because they felt less serious to break (“I only swore by the temple!”). In this episode, Jon and Tim discuss Jesus’ teaching on oaths, which demonstrates God’s wisdom on the integrity of our words and the danger of even small deceptions. View more resources on our website → [http://bibleproject.com] Timestamps  * Chapter 1: The Historical Background of Oaths (00:00-13:22) * Chapter 2: The Heart Beneath Oaths (13:22-30:44) * Chapter 3: Oaths From the Evil One (30:44-46:15) Referenced Resources * The Divine Conspiracy [https://www.amazon.com/Divine-Conspiracy-Rediscovering-Hidden-Life/dp/0060693339/ref=sr_1_5?crid=255CRQ156CUMJ&keywords=dallas+willard&qid=1707162066&sprefix=dallas+will%2Caps%2C132&sr=8-5] by Dallas Willard * Check out Tim’s library here. [https://bibleproject.com/tim-mackie/] * You can experience our entire library of resources in the BibleProject app, available for Android [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bibleproject] and iOS [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bibleproject/id1523687027]. Show Music  * Original Sermon on the Mount music by Richie Kohen * Additional music by UpsiDown * BibleProject theme song by TENTS Show Credits Jon Collins is the creative producer for today’s show, and Tim Mackie is the lead scholar. Production of today’s episode is by Lindsey Ponder, producer; Cooper Peltz, managing producer; Colin Wilson, producer; and Stephanie Tam, consultant and editor. Tyler Bailey, Frank Garza, and Aaron Olsen are our audio editors. Tyler Bailey is also our audio engineer, and he also provided our sound design and mix. JB Witty does our show notes, and Hannah Woo provides the annotations for our app. Today’s hosts are Jon Collins and Michelle Jones. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
01. Apr. 2024 - 46 min
episode How Jesus Responded to the Divorce Debate artwork
How Jesus Responded to the Divorce Debate
Sermon on the Mount E13 – In Matthew 5:31-32, Jesus offers a quote from the Torah about when it is lawful to divorce, and then he shares his perspective. But what is the context of these words, and how would Jesus’ original audience have heard them? It’s easy for modern readers to miss, but Jesus is entering a longstanding debate concerning a passage about divorce in Deuteronomy 24—and his take is surprising. In this episode, Jon, Tim, and special guest Jeannine Brown discuss the story surrounding divorce in ancient Israel, the Bible’s ideal of covenant loyalty, and the wisdom we can find in Scripture to navigate divorce in our culture today. View more resources on our website → [http://bibleproject.com] Timestamps  * Chapter 1: The Context of Jesus’ Words on Divorce (00:00-11:51) * Chapter 2: Divorce in Ancient Jewish Culture (11:51-23:06) * Chapter 3: Divorce Compared to the Genesis 1-2 Ideal (23:06-42:49) Referenced Resources * Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (The IVP Bible Dictionary Series) [https://www.amazon.com/Dictionary-Jesus-Gospels-IVP-Bible/dp/0830824561] by Joel B. Green, Jeannine K. Brown, Nicholas Perrin * The Gospel of Matthew (New International Commentary on the New Testament) [https://www.amazon.com/Gospel-Matthew-International-Commentary-Testament/dp/080282501X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3378UV8C1RIYR&keywords=R.+T.+France+commentary+on+Matthew&qid=1705963989&s=books&sprefix=r.+t.+france+commentary+on+matthew%2Cstripbooks%2C394&sr=1-1] by R.T. France * The Gospel of Matthew (New International Greek Testament Commentary) [https://www.amazon.com/Gospel-Matthew-International-Testament-Commentary/dp/0802823890] by John Nolland  * Check out Tim’s library here. [https://bibleproject.com/tim-mackie/] * You can experience our entire library of resources in the BibleProject app, available for Android [https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bibleproject] and iOS [https://apps.apple.com/us/app/bibleproject/id1523687027]. Show Music  * Original Sermon on the Mount music by Richie Kohen  * BibleProject theme song by TENTS Show Credits Jon Collins is the Creative Producer for today’s show. Production of today’s episode is by Lindsey Ponder, producer; Cooper Peltz, managing producer; Colin Wilson, producer; and Stephanie Tam, consultant and editor. Tyler Bailey, Frank Garza, and Aaron Olse are our audio editors. Tyler Bailey is also our audio engineer, and he provided our sound design and mix. JB Witty does our show notes, and Hannah Woo provides the annotations for our app. Special thanks to Jeannine Brown. Today’s hosts are Jon Collins and Michelle Jones. Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
25. März 2024 - 45 min

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