The Already But Not Yet of Resurrection

Resurrection began on Easter as Jesus became the firstborn of the dead. But the Bible’s wider portrait of resurrection shows us not only that we’re the secondborn, but that resurrection has already begun in us now.

Choose the New Thing 1208PODCAST

Old jeans with new patches. Old wineskins with new wine. These are some analogies that Jesus puts forth to show us the incompatibility of his ways and the old ways. This has a million applications to us today, but first we need to understand how the old is embodied in the new.

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