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Podcast Series on The Words that Make the World: Ep 7 - How the New Testament came to be

Nov 7, 2023

In the final episode of this series "The Words that Make the World", Archbishop Mark Coleridge looks into the New Testament as a way to read the Old Testament. The encounter with the Risen Christ gives new eyes to the Old Testament. Episode 7 - How the...

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Podcast Series on The Words that Make the World: Ep 6 - John provides a unique gospel interpretation

Oct 31, 2023

In the sixth episode of this series "The Words that Make the World", Archbishop Mark Coleridge looks into how the gospel of John brings us into a different world, providing a different interpretation of Jesus. Episode 6 - John provides a unique gospel...

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Podcast Series on The Words that Make the World: Ep 5 - Luke becomes one of the most influential authors

Oct 24, 2023

In the fifth episode of this series "The Words that Make the World", Archbishop Mark Coleridge looks into how Luke becomes one of history's most influential authors with his gospel and the Acts of the Apostles. Episode 5 - Luke becomes one of the most...

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Podcast Series on The Words that Make the World: Ep 4 - Matthew and Luke's depiction of the gospels

Oct 17, 2023

In the fourth episode of this series "The Words that Make the World", Archbishop Mark Coleridge looks into Matthew and Luke's depiction of the gospels. Episode 4 - Matthew and Luke's depiction of the gospels - is available here: Subscribe to our podcast...

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Archbishop Coleridge's reflection on The Referendum

Oct 16, 2023

Now that the referendum result is known, it's time to look forward rather than look back. There will be a time for looking back, but a cooling off period may be needed if we are to see more clearly. Now is the time to ask not how we got here but where...

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Podcast Series on The Words that Make the World: Ep 3 - How the gospels take shape through Mark

Oct 10, 2023

In the third episode of this series "The Words that Make the World", Archbishop Mark Coleridge looks into how the gospels take shape through Mark as the early Church moves to story. Episode 3 - How the gospels take shape through Mark - is available here:...

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Podcast Series on The Words that Make the World: Ep 2 - St Paul's path from preacher to author

Oct 3, 2023

In the second episode of this series "The Words that Make the World", Archbishop Mark Coleridge looks into Paul's letters as the earliest writings in the New Testament. Episode 2 - St Paul's path from preacher to author - is available here: Subscribe...

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Podcast Series on The Words that Make the World: Ep 1 - The story behind the New Testament

Sep 26, 2023

In the first episode of this series, Archbishop Mark Coleridge examines the origins of the first texts that would form the New Testament any why Christianity moved to texts after years of oral storytelling following the Resurrection of Christ. Episode...

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Podcast Series on Great Characters of the Bible: Ep 7 - Paul

Jan 24, 2023

Archbishop Mark continues to explore the Great Characters of the Bible and looks to Paul who took Christianity and turned it into an urban phenomenon which gave Christianity its institutional profile. Episode 7 - Paul - is available here: Subscribe to...

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Podcast Series on Great Characters of the Bible: Ep 6 - Mary Magdalene

Jan 17, 2023

Archbishop Mark continues to explore the Great Characters of the Bible. Episode 6 - Mary Magdalene - is available here: Subscribe to our podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify streaming platforms to receive each episode directly to your device. The post...

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