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The Gospel According to Matthew—Audio Lectures

Lecturers: Dan Hennessey, David LeSieur, Jerre Roberts, Catherine Upchurch

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. The Study Set includes the Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary The Gospel According to Matthew, by Barbara E. Reid (Liturgical Press). Barbara E. Reid, OP, PhD, is professor of New Testament and Academic Dean at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. She is the author of Parables for Preachers, Choosing the Better Part?, and co-editor of the Collegeville Pastoral Dictionary of Biblical Theology, published by Liturgical Press. She has also published various journal articles on New Testament topics. Matthew presents Jesus of Nazareth as a great teacher and Son of God, emphasizing that he is Emmanuel ('God with us'), and that he is the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies. It follows the story from the virginal conception of Jesus, through his public ministry, to his passion, death, and resurrection, and commissioning the disciples to evangelize the whole world after his resurrection. Matthew, along with Mark and Luke, is one of the synoptic gospels. It is the primary gospel of year 'A' in the Catholic Church's liturgical cycle Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Matt 1–2 Lesson 2—Matt 3–5 Lesson 3—Matt 6–8 Lesson 4—Matt 9–12 Lesson 5—Matt 13–16 Lesson 6—Matt 17–19 Lesson 7—Matt 20–22 Lesson 8—Matt 23–25 Lesson 9—Matt 26–28These lectures correspond to the ten sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Gospel According to Matthew.

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The Gospel According to Matthew—Video Lectures

Lecturers: Dan Hennessey, David LeSieur, Jerre Roberts, Catherine Upchurch

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. The Study Set includes the Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary The Gospel According to Matthew, by Barbara E. Reid (Liturgical Press). Barbara E. Reid, OP, PhD, is professor of New Testament and Academic Dean at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago. She is the author of Parables for Preachers, Choosing the Better Part?, and co-editor of the Collegeville Pastoral Dictionary of Biblical Theology, published by Liturgical Press. She has also published various journal articles on New Testament topics. Matthew presents Jesus of Nazareth as a great teacher and Son of God, emphasizing that he is Emmanuel ('God with us'), and that he is the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies. It follows the story from the virginal conception of Jesus, through his public ministry, to his passion, death, and resurrection, and commissioning the disciples to evangelize the whole world after his resurrection. Matthew, along with Mark and Luke, is one of the synoptic gospels. It is the primary gospel of year 'A' in the Catholic Church's liturgical cycle Sample Wrap-Up Lecture Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Matt 1–2 Lesson 2—Matt 3–5 Lesson 3—Matt 6–8 Lesson 4—Matt 9–12 Lesson 5—Matt 13–16 Lesson 6—Matt 17–19 Lesson 7—Matt 20–22 Lesson 8—Matt 23–25 Lesson 9—Matt 26–28Only one Answer Guide is needed per small group facilitator. Order all Study Sets for participants separately, as well as one set of the Wrap-Up-Lectures.

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The Gospel According to Mark—Video Lectures

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"Lecturers: Dan Borlik, CM, John Hall, Mary Lou Stubbs, DC, Catherine Upchurch, Linda Webster, Gregory C. Wolfe, Clifford M. Yeary"

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. The Study Set includes the Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary The Gospel According to Mark, by Marie Noonan Sabin (Liturgical Press). Marie Noonan Sabin, Ph.D., has taught the Gospel of Mark at Bangor Theological Seminary; an earlier book on Mark, Reopening the Word, was published by Oxford University Press in 2002. The shortest of the four gospels, Mark is the earliest account of Jesus' life. With no mention of Jesus' infancy, Mark begins with Jesus' baptism in the Jordan by John and climaxes with the announcement of his resurrection to the women at the tomb. Mark asks everyone to answer Jesus' question, 'Who do you say that I am?' and challenges believers in every generation to accept the harsh reality of the cross. Mark, along with Matthew and Luke, is one of the synoptic gospels. It is the primary gospel of year 'B' in the Catholic Church's liturgical cycle. Sample Wrap-Up Lecture Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Mark 1 Lesson 2—Mark 2–3 Lesson 3—Mark 4–5 Lesson 4—Mark 6–7 Lesson 5—Mark 8:1–9:32 Lesson 6—Mark 9:33–10:52 Lesson 7—Mark 11–12 Lesson 8—Mark 13–14 Lesson 9—Mark 15–16These lectures correspond to the ten sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Gospel According to Mark.

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The Gospel According to Mark—Audio Lectures

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Lecturers: Dan Borlik, CM, John Hall, Mary Lou Stubbs, DC, Catherine Upchurch, Linda Webster, Gregory C. Wolfe, Clifford M. Yeary"

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. The Study Set includes the Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary The Gospel According to Mark, by Marie Noonan Sabin (Liturgical Press). Marie Noonan Sabin, Ph.D., has taught the Gospel of Mark at Bangor Theological Seminary; an earlier book on Mark, Reopening the Word, was published by Oxford University Press in 2002. The shortest of the four gospels, Mark is the earliest account of Jesus' life. With no mention of Jesus' infancy, Mark begins with Jesus' baptism in the Jordan by John and climaxes with the announcement of his resurrection to the women at the tomb. Mark asks everyone to answer Jesus' question, 'Who do you say that I am?' and challenges believers in every generation to accept the harsh reality of the cross. Mark, along with Matthew and Luke, is one of the synoptic gospels. It is the primary gospel of year 'B' in the Catholic Church's liturgical cycle. Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Mark 1 Lesson 2—Mark 2–3 Lesson 3—Mark 4–5 Lesson 4—Mark 6–7 Lesson 5—Mark 8:1–9:32 Lesson 6—Mark 9:33–10:52 Lesson 7—Mark 11–12 Lesson 8—Mark 13–14 Lesson 9—Mark 15–16These lectures correspond to the ten sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Gospel According to Mark.

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The Gospel According to Luke—Video Lectures

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"Lecturers: Dan Hennessey, Judy Hoelzeman, David LeSieur, Susan McCarthy, R.D.C., Catherine Upchurch, Clifford Yeary"

This study has 12 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 11 lessons. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, The Gospel According to Luke, by Michael F. Patella (Liturgical Press). Michael F. Patella, OSB, SSD, is associate professor of New Testament at the School of Theology Seminary and the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota, where he writes the 'Seers' Corner' for 'The Bible Today', published by Liturgical Press. Luke tells the story of Jesus of Nazareth as a mighty prophet and Savior of the world in fulfillment of Old Testament expectations. Luke also emphasizes Jesus as a person dedicated to prayer. He begins with Jesus' virginal conception and birth, and follows Jesus through his public ministry to his passion, death, resurrection, and ascension into heaven—all under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Luke, along with Matthew and Mark, is one of the synoptic gospels. It is the primary gospel of year 'C' in the Catholic Church's liturgical cycle. Sample Wrap-Up Lecture Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Luke 1 Lesson 2—Luke 2 Lesson 3—Luke 3–5 Lesson 4—Luke 6–7 Lesson 5—Luke 8:1–9:50 Lesson 6—Luke 9:51–11:54 Lesson 7—Luke 12–13 Lesson 8—Luke 14–16 Lesson 9—Luke 17–19 Lesson 10—Luke 20–22 Lesson 11—Luke 23–24These lectures correspond to the twelve sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Gospel According to Luke.

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The Gospel According to Luke—Audio Lectures

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Lecturers: Dan Hennessey, Judy Hoelzeman, David LeSieur, Susan McCarthy, R.D.C., Catherine Upchurch, Clifford Yeary

This study has 12 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 11 lessons. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, The Gospel According to Luke, by Michael F. Patella (Liturgical Press). Michael F. Patella, OSB, SSD, is associate professor of New Testament at the School of Theology Seminary and the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University in Collegeville, Minnesota, where he writes the 'Seers' Corner' for 'The Bible Today', published by Liturgical Press. Luke tells the story of Jesus of Nazareth as a mighty prophet and Savior of the world in fulfillment of Old Testament expectations. Luke also emphasizes Jesus as a person dedicated to prayer. He begins with Jesus' virginal conception and birth, and follows Jesus through his public ministry to his passion, death, resurrection, and ascension into heaven—all under the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Luke, along with Matthew and Mark, is one of the synoptic gospels. It is the primary gospel of year 'C' in the Catholic Church's liturgical cycle. Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Luke 1 Lesson 2—Luke 2 Lesson 3—Luke 3–5 Lesson 4—Luke 6–7 Lesson 5—Luke 8:1–9:50 Lesson 6—Luke 9:51–11:54 Lesson 7—Luke 12–13 Lesson 8—Luke 14–16 Lesson 9—Luke 17–19 Lesson 10—Luke 20–22 Lesson 11—Luke 23–24These lectures correspond to the twelve sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Gospel According to Luke.

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The Gospel According to John and the Johannine Letters—Video Lectures

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Lecturers: Daniel Borlik, CM, John Hall, Dan Hennessey, David LeSieur, Susan McCarthy, R.D.C., Jerre Roberts, Catherine Upchurch, Linda Webster, Karen Wenzel, Gregory C. Wolfe, Clifford Yeary"

This study has 15 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 14 lessons. The last 3 sessions cover the Johannine letters, making it possible to adapt the study to 12 sessions by concentrating the study only on the Gospel of John. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, The Gospel According to John and the Johannine Letters, by Scott M. Lewis (Liturgical Press). Scott M. Lewis, SJ, STD, is associate professor of New Testament at Regis College, Toronto, Ontario, and is engaged in retreat ministry. He is the author of What Are They Saying About New Testament Apocalyptic (Paulist Press). Written in a poetic and symbolic style, John's Gospel tells the life story of Jesus, the incarnate Word of God. It begins with his heavenly existence and his descent into the world. It follows Jesus through his public ministry of 'signs' that lead to his passion, death, resurrection, and ultimate ascent to the 'glory' of his heavenly Father. Many of Jesus' miracles and teachings in John appear in no other gospel and what is common to John and any of the synoptic gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke) is always told in a distinctive fashion by John. John places a special emphasis on Jesus' commandment to 'Love one another as I love you' (John 15:12). Sample Wrap-Up Lecture Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—John 1 Lesson 2—John 2–3 Lesson 3—John 4–5 Lesson 4—John 6 Lesson 5—John 7–8 Lesson 6—John 9–10 Lesson 7—John 11–12 Lesson 8—John 13:1–14:14 Lesson 9—John 14:15–17:26 Lesson 10—John 18:1–19:37 Lesson 11—John 19:38–21:25 Lesson 12—1 John 1:1–3:10 Lesson 13—1 John 3:11–5:21 Lesson 14—2 John, 3 JohnThese lectures correspond to the fifteen sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Gospel According to John and the Johannine Letters.

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The Gospel According to John and the Johannine Letters—Audio Lectures

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Lecturers: Daniel Borlik, CM, John Hall, Dan Hennessey, David LeSieur, Susan McCarthy, R.D.C., Jerre Roberts, Catherine Upchurch, Linda Webster, Karen Wenzel, Gregory C. Wolfe, Clifford Yeary"

This study has 15 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 14 lessons. The last 3 sessions cover the Johannine letters, making it possible to adapt the study to 12 sessions by concentrating the study only on the Gospel of John. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, The Gospel According to John and the Johannine Letters, by Scott M. Lewis (Liturgical Press). Scott M. Lewis, SJ, STD, is associate professor of New Testament at Regis College, Toronto, Ontario, and is engaged in retreat ministry. He is the author of What Are They Saying About New Testament Apocalyptic (Paulist Press). Written in a poetic and symbolic style, John's Gospel tells the life story of Jesus, the incarnate Word of God. It begins with his heavenly existence and his descent into the world. It follows Jesus through his public ministry of 'signs' that lead to his passion, death, resurrection, and ultimate ascent to the 'glory' of his heavenly Father. Many of Jesus' miracles and teachings in John appear in no other gospel and what is common to John and any of the synoptic gospels (Matthew, Mark and Luke) is always told in a distinctive fashion by John. John places a special emphasis on Jesus' commandment to 'Love one another as I love you' (John 15:12). Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—John 1 Lesson 2—John 2–3 Lesson 3—John 4–5 Lesson 4—John 6 Lesson 5—John 7–8 Lesson 6—John 9–10 Lesson 7—John 11–12 Lesson 8—John 13:1–14:14 Lesson 9—John 14:15–17:26 Lesson 10—John 18:1–19:37 Lesson 11—John 19:38–21:25 Lesson 12—1 John 1:1–3:10 Lesson 13—1 John 3:11–5:21 Lesson 14—2 John, 3 JohnThese lectures correspond to the fifteen sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Gospel According to John and the Johannine Letters.

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The Acts of the Apostles—Video Lectures

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Lecturers: Daniel Borlik, CM, Jerry Roberts, Catherine Upchurch, Karen Wenzel, Gregory C. Wolfe, Clifford Yeary

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, The Acts of the Apostles, by Dennis Hamm (Liturgical Press). Dennis Hamm, SJ, PhD, since 1975 has taught Scripture at Creighton University. He is author of the various journal articles and reviews, as well as the three-volume Let the Scriptures Speak, published by Liturgical Press (1999, 2000, 2001). Acts tells the story of the spread of the Gospel and the growth of the early church from its beginnings at Pentecost, following the ascension of Jesus. The Holy Spirit empowers the preaching of Peter, Paul, and the other disciples to take the faith from Jerusalem, to Judea, throughout Samaria and ultimately to the ends of the earth. It records the conversion of Paul and the momentous decision of the early church to welcome Gentiles as well as Jews into the church. Acts is the second volume of the literary work begun in the Gospel According to Luke. Sample Wrap-Up Lecture Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Acts 1–2 Lesson 2—Acts 3–5 Lesson 3—Acts 6–8 Lesson 4—Acts 9–12 Lesson 5—Acts 13–15 Lesson 6—Acts 16–18 Lesson 7—Acts 19–21 Lesson 8—Acts 22–24 Lesson 9—Acts 25–28These lectures correspond to the ten sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Acts of the Apostles.

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The Acts of the Apostles—Audio Lectures

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Lecturers: Daniel Borlik, CM, Jerry Roberts, Catherine Upchurch, Karen Wenzel, Gregory C. Wolfe, Clifford Yeary

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, The Acts of the Apostles, by Dennis Hamm (Liturgical Press). Dennis Hamm, SJ, PhD, since 1975 has taught Scripture at Creighton University. He is author of the various journal articles and reviews, as well as the three-volume Let the Scriptures Speak, published by Liturgical Press (1999, 2000, 2001). Acts tells the story of the spread of the Gospel and the growth of the early church from its beginnings at Pentecost, following the ascension of Jesus. The Holy Spirit empowers the preaching of Peter, Paul, and the other disciples to take the faith from Jerusalem, to Judea, throughout Samaria and ultimately to the ends of the earth. It records the conversion of Paul and the momentous decision of the early church to welcome Gentiles as well as Jews into the church. Acts is the second volume of the literary work begun in the Gospel According to Luke. Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Acts 1–2 Lesson 2—Acts 3–5 Lesson 3—Acts 6–8 Lesson 4—Acts 9–12 Lesson 5—Acts 13–15 Lesson 6—Acts 16–18 Lesson 7—Acts 19–21 Lesson 8—Acts 22–24 Lesson 9—Acts 25–28These lectures correspond to the ten sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Acts of the Apostles.

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Letters from Prison - Video Lectures

(formerly Paul's Captivity Letters)

Lecturers: Roy Goetz, Dan Hennessey, Judy Hoelzeman Susan McCarthy, R.D.C., Catherine Upchurch, Karen Wenzel, Gregory C. Wolfe, Cliff Yeary"

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. It is a study of Philippians, Colossians, and Ephesians. The study guide also contains a bonus 3 additional lesson study of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, First Thessalonians, Philippians, Second Thessalonians, Colossians, Ephesians, by Vincent M. Smiles (Liturgical Press). Vincent M. Smiles, PhD, is chair of the Department of Theology at the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University, Minnesota. He is author of The Gospel and the Law in Galatia, published by Liturgical Press. In these letters of encouragement, correction, and instruction written from prison, Paul lovingly inspires and challenges us to greater discipleship. In Philippians, Paul calls on the community to rejoice even when difficulties and struggles abound in life. Paul offers Jesus himself as the prime model to follow in his humility and obedience. Colossians and Ephesians have a number of striking similarities, including the depiction of the Church as the body of Christ with Christ as the head. Colossians, however, contains a great hymn of praise to Christ as the image of the invisible God, while Ephesians describes the Church as the spotless bride of Christ. Sample Wrap-Up Lecture Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Phil 1:1-26 Lesson 2—Phil 1:27–3:1 Lesson 3—Phil 3:2–4:23 Lesson 4—Col 1:1-20 Lesson 5—Col 1:21-3:4 Lesson 6—Col 3:5–4:18 Lesson 7—Eph 1:1–2:10 Lesson 8—Eph 2:11–4:16 Lesson 9—Eph 4:17–6:24 [Bonus lessons for 1 & 2 Thessalonians Lesson 1—1 Thess 1:1-3:13 Lesson 2—1 Thess 4:1-5:28 Lesson 3—2 Thess 1:1-3:17]These lectures correspond to the ten sessions outlined in the Study Set for Letters from Prison.

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Letters from Prison—Audio Lectures

(formerly Paul's Captivity Letters)

Lecturers: Roy Goetz, Dan Hennessey, Judy Hoelzeman Susan McCarthy, R.D.C., Catherine Upchurch, Karen Wenzel, Gregory C. Wolfe, Cliff Yeary"

This study has 10 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 9 lessons. It is a study of Philippians, Colossians, and Ephesians. The study guide also contains a bonus 3 additional lesson study of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Little Rock Scripture Study Staff and the New Collegeville Bible Commentary, First Thessalonians, Philippians, Second Thessalonians, Colossians, Ephesians, by Vincent M. Smiles (Liturgical Press). Vincent M. Smiles, PhD, is chair of the Department of Theology at the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University, Minnesota. He is author of The Gospel and the Law in Galatia, published by Liturgical Press. In these letters of encouragement, correction, and instruction written from prison, Paul lovingly inspires and challenges us to greater discipleship. In Philippians, Paul calls on the community to rejoice even when difficulties and struggles abound in life. Paul offers Jesus himself as the prime model to follow in his humility and obedience. Colossians and Ephesians have a number of striking similarities, including the depiction of the Church as the body of Christ with Christ as the head. Colossians, however, contains a great hymn of praise to Christ as the image of the invisible God, while Ephesians describes the Church as the spotless bride of Christ. Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Phil 1:1-26 Lesson 2—Phil 1:27–3:1 Lesson 3—Phil 3:2–4:23 Lesson 4—Col 1:1-20 Lesson 5—Col 1:21-3:4 Lesson 6—Col 3:5–4:18 Lesson 7—Eph 1:1–2:10 Lesson 8—Eph 2:11–4:16 Lesson 9—Eph 4:17–6:24 [Bonus lessons for 1 & 2 Thessalonians Lesson 1—1 Thess 1:1-3:13 Lesson 2—1 Thess 4:1-5:28 Lesson 3—2 Thess 1:1-3:17]These lectures correspond to the ten sessions outlined in the Study Set for Letters from Prison.

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The Infancy Narratives of Jesus—Video Lectures

4 sessions

Lecturers: Judy Hoelzeman, Betsy Wiederkehr Huss, Catherine Upchurch, Clifford M. Yeary

This study focuses on the connection between the Old and New Testaments. Deepen your longing for the Messiah's coming again and ask God to be Emmanuel, "God with us." This study has 4 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 3 lessons. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Jerome Kodell, OSB, and a commentary, Advent of the Savior, by Stephen J. Binz. Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus and Panorama of the Bible: Old Testament and Panorama of the New Testament (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com. Both the theme and the short length of this study (4 sessions) make it ideal for Advent study. It focuses on the opening chapters of Matthew and Luke, the only gospels which describe the wondrous events surrounding the birth of the Messiah. This study also explores the many significant connections these two gospels make between the Old Testament and the birth of the Savior. Rich insights will be made as these two gospels are opened to reveal the special contribution each makes to our understanding of Jesus' nativity. Deepen your longing for the Messiah's coming again and ask God to be Emmanuel, 'God with us.' Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Matt 1–2 Lesson 2—Luke 1 Lesson 3—Luke 2These lectures correspond to the four sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Infancy Narratives of Jesus. Wrap-Up Lectures on DVD or CD may be ordered separately.

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The Infancy Narratives of Jesus—Audio Lectures

4 sessions

Lecturers: Judy Hoelzeman, Betsy Wiederkehr Huss, Catherine Upchurch, Clifford M. Yeary.

This study focuses on the connection between the Old and New Testaments. Deepen your longing for the Messiah's coming again and ask God to be Emmanuel, "God with us." This study has 4 sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 3 lessons. The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Jerome Kodell, OSB, and a commentary, Advent of the Savior, by Stephen J. Binz. Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus and Panorama of the Bible: Old Testament and Panorama of the New Testament (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com. Both the theme and the short length of this study (4 sessions) make it ideal for Advent study. It focuses on the opening chapters of Matthew and Luke, the only gospels which describe the wondrous events surrounding the birth of the Messiah. This study also explores the many significant connections these two gospels make between the Old Testament and the birth of the Savior. Rich insights will be made as these two gospels are opened to reveal the special contribution each makes to our understanding of Jesus' nativity. Deepen your longing for the Messiah's coming again and ask God to be Emmanuel, 'God with us.' Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—Matt 1–2 Lesson 2—Luke 1 Lesson 3—Luke 2These lectures correspond to the four sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Infancy Narratives of Jesus. Wrap-Up Lectures on DVD or CD may be ordered separately.

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The Passion and Resurrection Narratives of Jesus—Video Lectures

7 sessions

Lecturers: Catherine Upchurch, Thomas Jakobs, Matthew Glover, David LeSieur, Dan Hennessey, Clifford M. Yeary, Jody Hoelzeman

This study compares the particular insights found in the passion and resurrection accounts of the four gospels. The core of our faith incorporates both the pain of the cross and the hope of the resurrection into daily living. Ideal as a Lenten/Easter study. This study has seven sessions, incorporating an introductory session and 6 lessons.The Study Set includes a Study Guide by Jerome Kodell, OSB, and a commentary, The Passion and Resurrection Narratives of Jesus, by Stephen J. Binz. Stephen J. Binz is a biblical scholar, award-winning author, and popular speaker. He studied Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome and Jerusalem, and has developed dozens of books and programs in biblical theology and spirituality, including The God of Freedom and Life: A Commentary on the Book of Exodus and Panorama of the Bible: Old Testament and Panorama of the New Testament (Liturgical Press). He offers keynotes and workshops at church conferences and leads pilgrimages to the lands of the Bible. Information about his work may be found at Bridge-B.com. The passion and resurrection of Christ are at the core of Christian faith and form the capstone of each of the four gospels. This study opens Matthew, Mark, Luke and John individually to reveal the special insights each has preserved. Examining the passion and resurrection will challenge you to incorporate both the pain of the cross and the hope of the resurrection into daily living. Many Scripture study groups have found this study to be ideal for Lenten/Easter study. Frequently, these groups will study the passion during Lent (Lessons 1–4), break for Holy Week, and resume study during Easter to examine the resurrection narratives (Lessons 5–6). Weekly Sessions Introductory Session Lesson 1—The Passion According to Mark: Mark 14–15 Lesson 2—The Passion According to Matthew: Matt 26–27 Lesson 3—The Passion According to Luke: Luke 22–23 Lesson 4—The Passion According to John: John 18–19 Lesson 5—The Resurrection According to Mark and Matthew: Mark 16, Matt 28 Lesson 6—The Resurrection According to Luke and John: Luke 24, John 20–21These lectures correspond to the seven sessions outlined in the Study Set for The Passion And Resurrection Narratives Of Jesus.

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