Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored

10 Episodes

What's the best news you've ever heard? Was it surprising? Did it change the way you think? Or was it something you wanted to be true but didn't dare hope?

Christianity Explored helps you discover the best news you've ever heard in a series of seven sessions in Mark’s Gospel that will help you discover who Jesus is, why he came and what it means to follow him.

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Christianity Explored
  • Good News - Christianity Explored - Episode 1

    Episode 1

    Session 1 introduces people to Christianity using the Gospel of Mark as its basis and aims to introduce people to Jesus as they read it - who he is, why he came and what it means to follow him. The word "gospel" means "good news." Mark begins his book of good news with three statements about Jesu...

  • Identity - Christianity Explored - Episode 2

    Episode 2

    It is important to get the identity of Jesus right otherwise, we'll relate to Him the wrong way. The Gospel of Mark reveals the identity of Jesus by showing his power and authority to teach, over sickness, over nature, over death and to forgive sin.

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  • Sin - Christianity Explored - Episode 3

    Episode 3

    The reason the world is not the way it's supposed to be is because we are not the way we are supposed to be. We've all rebelled against God, our loving Creator. The Bible calls this "sin." Jesus came to cure our heart problem, the problem of our sin.

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  • The Cross - Christianity Explored - Episode 4

    Episode 4

    Why did Jesus die? Mark 10:45 says, "For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many." Jesus taught his followers that he must die on a cross, to give his life as a ransom for many.

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  • Resurrection - Christianity Explored - Episode 5

    Episode 5

    Why did Jesus rise? Jesus died to pay for sin, and rose from death to prove that sin was truly paid for. If we put our trust in Jesus, all of our sin will be fully and finally forgiven.

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  • Grace - Christianity Explored - Episode 6

    Episode 6

    How can God accept us? We can receive eternal life as a free gift, paid for by the death of Jesus studied in Session 4. This is God's grace, God's undeserved gift to us.

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  • Come and Die - Christianity Explored - Episode 7

    Episode 7

    What does it mean to follow Jesus? Mark 8:34 says that a follower of Jesus "must deny himself and take up his cross." But what is given up, is nothing compared to that which is gained.

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  • Day Away 1 - The Sower - Christianity Explored

    Episode 8

    We must listen to Jesus, and act on what we hear. A parable is a story with a deeper, sometimes hidden, meaning. The parable of the sower explains Satan is like a thief who wants to take the gospel message from you. Some people give up on Jesus rather than put up with the cost of following him. S...

  • Day Away 2 - James and John - Christianity Explored

    Episode 9

    Following Jesus is about service, not status. We need to ask Jesus for mercy, not a reward. James and John wanted power and prestige but Jesus offers something far more valuable - himself.

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  • Day Away 3 - Herod - Christianity Explored

    Episode 10

    Choose wisely. Ignoring Jesus' call to repent and believe will eventually earn us the rejection of Jesus. King Herod had John the Baptist put in prison. He liked to listen to John, but would not repent. Herod didn't act on what John said about Herodias. So in the end he felt forced to do somethin...