Monday, March 19, 2012

TSP 17: Leroy Huizenga on the Fourth Gospel

This week's episode of The Sacred Page Podcast features New Testament scholar, Leroy Huizenga. Dr. Huizenga teaches Scripture at the University of St. Mary in Bismarck, North Dakota. He is also the Director of the Christian Leadership Center

Of course, in this cycle of the lectionary we begin to hear a number of Gospel readings from the Fourth Gospel. Here Dr. Huizenga provides us with an overview of the Gospel according to John, offering reflections on its major themes. As Leroy explains, the Gospel gives us much to meditate on during this Lenten season: God's relationship to the world, the Person of Jesus Christ and the Incarnation, the sacraments, etc. 

During the interview we frequently make mention of Leroy's excellent article, "Preaching John," which is posted over at Christian Leadership Center's website.

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Finally, a huge amount of thanks to Saint Joseph's Communications, who support this podcast. They are also offering our listeners a free copy of Archbishop Fulton Sheen's CD on Easter. Also, again, during this Lent as you're making your almsgiving plans, please consider calling them up and giving them a donation, 1-800-526-2151. (And don't forget to thank them for supporting the show!)

Other great audio resources on the Gospel of John from Saint Joseph's Communications include:

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TSP 17: "Leroy Huizenga on the Fourth Gospel"

1 comment:

Matthew Kennel said...

As long as we're talking about great series on John, I might as well plug the great Dr. John Bergsma, of The Sacred Page fame, whose course on the Gospel of John and the Sacraments was the academic highlight of my masters program at Franciscan University of Steubenville. That very course is for sale right here: