Welcome to the Fourth Annual Theology Simply Profound Christmas Special where Rob and Bob discuss Christmas traditions and everything silly that popped into their vacation ready minds. Merry Christmas!
While Rob and Bob finished up their discussion of the book of Malachi, on this week’s episode of Theology Simply Profound, they discuss some of the expectations of the coming Messiah that arose during the 400 years or so of silence from God until John the Baptist and Jesus of Nazareth enter into story of redemption.
Jonathan Landry Cruse, Pastor of Community Presbyterian Church in Kalamazoo, Michigan, speaks with Rob and Bob about his new book, The Christian’s True Identity: What It Means to Be in Christ (Reformation Heritage Books).
This week on Theology Simply Profound, Rob and Bob pick up their discussion of Malachi at chapter 3:7–18. Here we engage Malachi in his denunciation of those “robbing” the Lord, as well as those who are meant to find encouragement and comfort with the promise of the coming of the Lord.
The Book of Malachi speaks to the people of God after their return from exile in Babylon. They and their leaders are being called to account for offering their worst to the Lord. And now, in chapter 2, the priests are specifically addressed for their unfaithfulness. Rob and Bob discuss these things and many more on this week’s episode of Theology Simply Profound.