Video Episode 5 of “A Journey For Men Through Salvation History.” How’s your faith? Better than Abram in Egypt I hope!
Noah Part Two. Noah is a NEW Adam but, can he resist the forbidden fruit unlike his fore-father? In this episode we look at the devastating effects of history repeating itself, and reflect on how we can avoid the same mistakes. Pick up your copy of Dr. Scott Hahn’s “A Father Who Keeps His Promises” […]
Noah – a NEW Adam WIth the sin of Adam comes chaos in his family. It’s good versus evil and whose “name” we seek… ours or the Lord’s. Pick up your copy of Dr. Scott Hahn’s “A Father Who Keeps His Promises” and follow along. – http://amzn.to/1sHSolz (thank you for purchasing through this link… I […]
We are looking at Adam’s first encounter with the “Ancient Serpent” and analyzing his failure to apply it to our own lives.
Video episode 1: we are looking at Adam’s role in the Garden (Genesis 1 & 2), as Priest, Prophet, and King. Leader, Protector, & Provider.
http://media.blubrry.com/catholic/p/www.joemcclane.com/Behold_The_Man/BTM_No34.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download[Note: This was originally postes back in 2010] Today, on “Behold The Man” we praise God for making it through the desert of Lent, the pain of Good Friday, and reaching the empty tomb & resurrection glory! The new Adam accomplished what the first Adam refused to do… stand in the […]
Viva IL Papa and Happy Lent! Have you drawn closer to Jesus this Lenten season? I pray you have! It’s time we follow Him to the “Horns of the Alter”, to the foot of Calvary, and all the way to the empty tomb! To get you ready… I wanted to re-hash some old content that […]
Today, on Behold The Man… Why was David a Man after God’s own heart? Does that mean God condones ALL David did, like his many wives? No! We find out in this episode.
I want to thank the men of the “Catholic Men’s Retreat” of Wyoming for inviting me to speak to them about one my favorite subjects… typology! In this series of 6 lectures we attempted to examine the question… why did Jesus have to suffer and die just to redeem us from our sin. If Jesus is God, then why not just will our redemption? To go through so much for us, the mocking, the stripes of the scourging, the crown of thorns, the out-pouring of his blood, being cut off from his people and nailed to a tree… there must have been a very good reason. In the seeking the answer to this question we endeavor to become the “Man in the Garden!”