MORNING SHOW, MAY 10, 2017: Sabbath, Luke 6 and why that guy with the withered hand was there …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, expands our understanding of Luke 6: 6 – 11. Ever wondered why Luke mentions “right hand” and how that ceremonially unclean person just happened to be at the synagogue? Doug explains in depth …

MORNING SHOW, MAY 3, 2017: Kingdom Compassion – Peter’s ordination and reconciliation times 3 …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, recounts the moment and setting of Peter’s ordination as the future leader of the disciples and explains how it was that Peter neglected his duties at the Last Supper …

MORNING SHOW, APRIL 19, 2017: The Context of Biblical Context and the “pink water” of Passion Week …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, postulates on the long lost history of biblical context and how it is finally being revived, then returns to our Passion Week narrative including the matter of the “pink water” and what would have been its source …

MORNING SHOW, APRIL 12, 2017: Passion Week Part II – Pilate’s Predicament and the “Son-of-the-Fathers” …

Doug  Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, reveals Pontius Pilate’s true predicament in dealing with Temple, Incorporated and exposes the deplorable Barabbas as “the federal man” who, in an overarching spiritual sense, represents all of us …

MORNING SHOW, APRIL 5, 2017: “Palm Sunday” – the brink of rebellion and a dark day for Jesus? …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim and the Morning Show audience, reveals the manifold layers of context surrounding the events of that long-ago day in Jerusalem that we celebrate as “Palm Sunday” …a time when celebration was likely the farthest thing from the mind of Jesus …

MORNING SHOW, MARCH 29, 2017: “Mandatory hospitality” and what it teaches us in Scripture …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, relates how fundamental the requirement for hospitality was to the Hebrew culture and how recognizing it illuminates passages of Scripture we thought we had all figured out …

MORNING SHOW, MARCH 22, 2017: What do biblical context and Senate confirmation hearings have in common? …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, examines the application of context to biblical understanding and makes a fascinating connection to legal precedence and the ongoing dialogue in the U.S. Senate confirmation hearing for Supreme Court justice nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch …

MORNING SHOW, MARCH 15, 2017: Homes and family secrets in first-century Israel …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, takes a closer look at living conditions and what life was like in the homes of first-century Israel using allusions to some well-known Bible events and parables …

MORNING SHOW, MARCH 1, 2017: Those first-century Hebrew villagers – How did they see Jesus? …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, discusses how the first-century Hebrew villager mentality framed the environment within which Jesus called and developed his disciples …

MORNING SHOW, FEBRUARY 22, 2017: The social and political climate of Jesus’ youth in Galilee? …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, speculates on what life must have been like for first-century villagers in the Galilee region given their late migration from Babylon and their living in a militarily occupied homeland …