Thursday, 16 February 2006

Podcast: What is the gospel?

I decided to have a go at podcasting. So I have recorded a 15-minute reflection on the question “What is the gospel?” You can listen to the mp3 file here, and the feed is here. I don’t know whether I’ll do this again—if you like the idea, I might try to do a few short podcasts each month.

In this first podcast, I try to think about the gospel as “the proclamation that Israel’s God has spoken a free and gracious Yes to the crucified Jesus, a Yes which is at the same time God’s eschatological Yes to all humanity.”

8 Comments:

Dan said...

Hey man check out Doctrine and Practice and converse, and enjoy the fellowship!

Chris Tilling said...

Ben, it was great.

Your definition of gospel sounded rather familiar!

Steven Harris said...

Bravo Ben, I really enjoyed this :)

Aaron Hampshire said...

Yay. I loved it! Please continue to do this.

~Aaron

Justin Jenkins said...

Do you have a actual RSS feed we can subscribe to?

Ben Myers said...

Yes, sorry, I should have added the link to the feed: here it is (http://www.switchpod.com/users/benjamin-myers/feed.xml).

T.B. Vick said...

Ben,
great idea! I really enjoyed this a bunch, I hope you decide to do this again.

Rory Shiner said...

Well done Ben. Keep 'em coming...

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