Welcome back to “The Bible: Son of God” podcast, where the Bible stories you know and love from the record-breaking television miniseries, “The Bible,” and film Son of God, have been transformed into a new, versatile platform: podcasts. With powerful narration by Roma Downey, limitless mobility requiring only headphones or a car stereo and captivating scoring composed by Oscar winner Hans Zimmer. This is another opportunity for you to engage with the most impactful book of all time.
Episode one of the podcast, introduced us to the perilous and growing religious and political tensions found in ancient Jerusalem during Roman occupation.
Roman authorities, seeing John the Baptist and his revolutionary teaching as a threat, ordered the beheading of John the Baptist. But not before he baptized Jesus, with whom God’s favor clearly descends and rests.
This is another opportunity for you to engage with the most impactful book of all time.
Picking up where episode one left off, episode two brings the listener directly into the radical ministry of Jesus. For generations, the Pharisees—guardians of the Jewish faith—have guided the people of Israel. Deeply respected by the people, the Pharisees believe the wellbeing of the nation depends strictly on observing and upholding the laws given to Moses by God.
What will happen when opposing opinions arise?
How will people react to the teachings of this young, wise rabbi who teaches of God’s love, forgiveness and power, not just His laws?
Are the rumors about miracles of physical healings and deliverance true? And even more controversial, does Jesus have within Him the power to forgive sins?
Join in the awe, wonder and scandal of the crowd as they behold a revolution vastly different from what they have always anticipated, and check back for episode 3, coming soon!
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EPISODE 1 OF “THE BIBLE: SON OF GOD” PODCAST: “CHANGE THE WORLD”
Engage with the redemption of the Passion story through the “The Bible: Son of God” podcast. Join us for our first episode, as we enter into the perilous and tangible religious and political tension of ancient Jerusalem.