This episode introduces the “Urban Legends of the New Testament” series and looks at the urban legend of where Jesus was born.
“O Come, O Come Emmanuel” is a popular Christmas hymn written by an anonymous Latin author in the twelfth century and translated into English in 1851 by John Mason Neale. The hymn contains nine verses, all of which contain statements about Christ. The name “Jesus” and title “Christ” do not actually appear in the hymn;Continue reading “Christology in “O Come, O Come Emmanuel””
2016 has been a busy and exciting year for the Prahlow family. As you celebrate the advent of the Lord Jesus this holiday season, we want to share with you some of the joys of this past year:
Christmas Greetings Friends and Family! We hope that this Christmas letter finds you adequately recovering from your holiday festivities and eagerly awaiting the arrival of our new year. We had grand plans for this year’s Christmas letter. “Perhaps a Christmas poem,” we told ourselves. “But even if it’s not that creative, we can certainly writeContinue reading “Christmas Letter 2015”
Merry Christmas! Today we celebrate the advent, the incarnation, of the Lord Jesus Christ, he who was spoken of by the prophets, was crucified, died, and resurrected. As we celebrate His birth today, let us reflect on what the scriptures have to say about his coming:
Merry Christmas! I hope that you have a blessed celebration of the birth of the Savior!