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In this episode, we discuss the relevance and impact of Christianity in the modern world. We delve into how aspects of Christianity have influenced society, not only in superficial ways like our calendar, but in deeper things such as values, moral codes, and societal norms. Many fundamental beliefs and values in Western society, such as the sanctity of life and the concept of equality, have their roots in Christian teachings. That may make Christianity relevant in modern society, but does it make it true?
Paul and Dan talk about "intertextuality" - basically, how the meaning of a text is influenced by references to other texts. The Bible (not surprisingly) is full of links between its 66 books. But how far can we take this? Can we go too far and see patterns where there are none (like seeing the face of Jesus in a slice of toast)?!
Relaunching the podcast, Dan and Laurence celebrate by pondering a lesser known Christmas story. They encounter a community of people in the temple at Jerusalem "waiting for the consolation of Israel". They discover that the birth of Jesus is firmly rooted in a backstory. Investigating mystery deaths and incomplete sentences, this is an invitation to have yourself a lesser known Christmas story!

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Bible Feed is a growing collection of online resources run by Christadelphians from the UK. We aim to increase familiarity and understanding of the Bible by creating and sharing relevant and engaging content from the Christadelphian community.

There are Christadelphian churches all around the world. We are a Biblical Unitarian church with a treasured and vibrant fellowship.

We share belief in the one God. At the heart of our faith is Jesus, the Son of God, and his resurrection from the dead.

Our understanding of God’s love, mercy and grace comes from the Bible, which has carried God’s word to people through history.