Matthew's gospel contains the lengthiest records of Jesus' teaching in the entire New Testament. Writing primarily to a Jewish audience, Matthew endeavors to ground Jesus' life, words and works squarely in the context of the anticipated messiah. In this course, we'll study selected portions of the book with particular emphasis on how we can apply these teachings to our own lives.
Each lesson is organized into three sections: 1) an exposition of the text; 2) questions and answers about that exposition; 3) additional discussion around other issues contained in the passage.
|Something Old, Something New||Matthew 1:1||Paul Mulner||8/16/15|
|All in the Family||Matthew 1:1-17||Paul Mulner||8/23/15|
|When Jesus Blesses||Matthew 5:1-16||Paul Mulner||8/30/15|
|Is it Said, or Is it Written?||Matthew 5:17-48||Paul Mulner||9/6/15|
|The One Who Saves||Matthew 11:25-30||Paul Mulner||9/13/15|
|Q&A Sunday #1||Paul Mulner||9/20/15|
|When Shall These Things Be?||Matthew 24-25, Luke 21, Mark 13||Paul Mulner||10/25/15|
|End Times Views||Matthew 24-25||Paul Mulner||11/1/15|
|Born to Die||Matthew 27:32-61||Paul Mulner||11/22/15|
|Gather and Perfect||Matthew 28:16-20||Paul Mulner||12/6/15|