Tag Archives: Pilate

Game of Thrones and the Throne of Grace

As I watched, thrones were set in place, and an Ancient One took his throne .. (Daniel 7:9) There appears to be something different about the throne of the Ancient One. Among all the thrones, when the Ancient One sits … Continue reading

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God in Acts

In Mark Burnett’s recent visual adaptation of the entire Bible, some scenes from Jesus’ passion still stand out for me. Weeks have passed since the dramatic events of Holy Week and Easter. So, I ask you, to rewind the tape … Continue reading

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Questioning for the truth

Jesus answered, “Do you ask this on your own, or did others tell you about me?” (John 18:34) Well over a hundred times in the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John) Jesus asks a question. Jesus, the Teacher, does not give … Continue reading

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The Pilate problem and the gift of God’s perfect action

In Pilate’s actions (Matthew 27:11ff) we witness how we can be so divided, inside ourselves, between what we believe/what we say — and what we end up doing. Pilate is convinced Jesus is innocent. He tries all manner of techniques … Continue reading

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