Gary Duncan continues to talk with St. Peter as he continues to struggle with his writer’s block. Gary quickly changes the subject to the discussion to Luke and the account of Easter evening.
We conclude our discussion with St. Peter this week about the feeding of the five thousand and Christ’s meaning of this miracle.
St. Peter is back again this week with more details the feeding of the five thousand and Christ’s meaning of this miracle.
Gary continues to talk with St. Peter about the account of feeding the 5 thousand in the Gospel according to St. John. What was the meaning of this miracle? What was Christ trying to teach?
Gary talks with St. Peter about the account of feeding the five thousand found in the Gospel according to St. John.
Gary and St. Peter continue their discussion about why Jesus called Peter a man of little faith but called the Canaanite woman a woman of great faith. Why the distinction?
We welcome back one of our regular guests as we reconnect with St. Peter. This week we talk about when St. Peter tried to walk on water to Jesus but sunk. Jesus said to Peter “You are of little faith.” What did he mean by that?
Gary’s discussion continues with St. Peter. This time they discussing John chapter 21.
Rev. Dr. Curtis Giese, professor of religion at Concordia University, Texas, New Testament editor of the Concordia Commentary series, and author of the Concordia Commentary on 2 Peter and Jude, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study 2 Peter 1:1-11.