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Why the Gospel was Treason | Learning to Follow Jesus | Luke 4.43




"Now you might begin to see why the message of the good news of the Kingdom [of God] could be dangerous, even subversive. It could even be treasonous." Do you ever wonder what the Gospel's all about? Is it a religious text telling us what to believe? Is it a historical document filled with scholarly information? Is it a literary book telling a story? What is the Gospel? Learn what it means from (Patrick) as he studies a recurring them and continues our series on (Learning to Follow Jesus). Interested in more content like this? Listen to Why Winning Looks Like Losing to learn more about how Jesus's birth was an insurgence. To learn more, visit our (website) and follow us on (Facebook), (Instagram), and (Twitter) @TheCrossingCOMO.   Outline 0:15 - What's the Gospel? 1:45 - What does "Gospel" mean? 2:20 - (Luke 4.43) 5:00 - Inscription on the birth of Caesar Augustus 5:45 - Treason 6:15 - (Isaiah 52.7) 8:15 - Question for us 8:45 - Subscribe. Rate. Share.   Social Facebook: ( Instagram: ( Twitter: (   Passages Luke 4.43: ( Matthew 4.23: ( Matthew 24.14: ( Luke 8.1: ( Mark 1.15: ( Isaiah 52.7: (   Resources Sacra Pagina: The Gospel of Luke Commentary by Luke Timothy Johnson: ( The Gospel According to Luke by James Edwards: (   Related Why Winning Looks Like Losing: ( Learning to Follow Jesus: ( Support this podcast