I…have been deeply concerned with trying to find out, where possible, all I can about Jesus, and what he did, and his way of dealing with people.
—Robert L. Lindsey
n 1987 Robert Lindsey conducted an interview in which he discussed many aspects of his life and ministry. In the first clip below Dr. Lindsey discusses Jesus’ attitude toward non-violence.
In the second clip Dr. Lindsey discusses Hebrew as a spoken language in the first century, Jesus’ messianic claims, and misunderstandings of Jesus’ teachings. In the course of this discussion Dr. Lindsey describes his solution to the synoptic problem.
Today when we hear the word “gospel” we tend to think of a message about Jesus that tells people how to “get saved.” But in the ancient world in which Jesus lived the word “gospel” was applied to “good news” of a certain type. When people in the ancient world heard the word “gospel” they understood it to mean a royal proclamation that someone had become king.
Explore this fascinating topic with Joshua Tilton in his new eBook “Jesus’ Gospel.”
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