Alexander Shaia returns to James Talks today, for the first of a new series over the next three weeks, walking us through the Gospel Journey of Quadratos in much more depth.
In our previous discussion, in Episode 43, we briefly covered all four stages of our journey of identity through the gospels – or as Alexander prefers, the four stages of the one gospel of Christ. In this series we’ll be spending entire episodes on different stages, and exploring the books much more deeply.
Today we begin with Matthew & Mark – the story of Matthew is about how we face change, about confronting the truth of the change in our lives & culture, and living with that change. There are dramatic changes which come through Jesus, through alientation, through events in history, and Matthew teaches about that
In Mark, we move through change & confront our own sense of isolation, abandonment, how Jesus often felt this way, how this gospel was written to a people often feeling this way, and what this can tell us about those seasons in our own lives.
Alexander unpacks this all with his relaxed, friendly and insightful way – and will leave you wanting more.
Listen in, and join us next week for John.
If you want to follow the journey in a lot more detail as you listen, go to Quadratos.com & download Alexander’s book heart & mind – and if you want to study this in a group, there’s other resources there for you to download.
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