Why is it worth engaging with the Easter story? | Peter Adam & James Hornby | Bigger questions

Why is it worth engaging with the Easter story? | Peter Adam & James Hornby

Peter Adam
Cam Semmens
James Hornby
Bible reference(s): 
Luke 19,28-44, Luke 20.1-19
Sun Apr 7th, 2019
Jesus' life
Jesus' teaching

Easter is the week that changed the world. As Easter approaches we ask a number of guests some big questions about the events and circumstances of that first Easter week. A conversation with poetry, parables and a fresh exploration of the week that changed the world, featuring the poetry of Cam Semmens.

To accompany this episodes we have a produced a special reading guide entitled, The week that changed the world. This guide is designed to walk you through the last week of Jesus’ life. It contains the events leading up to and including the Easter story from Luke’s biography of Jesus, as well as reflections from workers around Australia. It even has pictures!

To obtain a copy of the Easter reading guide, The week that changed the world, send us a message on our Facebook page, or via our website or contact host Rob Martin, or pop into the office at Level 2, 26 King St, Melbourne to pick up a hard copy.

Our guests:

Peter Adam is Vicar Emeritus of St Jude's Anglican Church and former Principal Ridley Melbourne.

James Hornby is lead minister at St John’s Anglican church in Launceston and was previously pastor of St Jude’s Anglican church in Parkville in Melbourne.

Featuring the poetry of Cam Semmens, an award winning poet and performer.

This Bigger Questions episode is a combination and re-release of Episodes 5 & 6 (recorded under the show's former title, hence the absence of episode number).

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