The Gospels:
Four Stories, One Jesus 
 N.T. (Tom) Wright is Cannon Theologian of Westminster Abbey. He is considered by many to be the leading Jesus scholar in the United Kingdom, and is also a world authority on the apostle Paul. In this series, Wright leads a discussion of Paul’s life, letters and theology and his legacy for today.
 The Four Gospels
An introduction to the gospels--authorship, when and where written, and sources - and why they were written and the stories they tell.
 Luke: The Kingdom of God is the True Empire.
Luke writes as an historian and connects Jesus’ story with events in history and in the world. Rome ruled the world, but now a new king has come: Jesus of Nazareth.
 Matthew: The Scriptures are Fulfilled!
Matthew tells his readers that Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament messianic prophecies--and also fulfilled Israel’s ‘story.’ Matthew’s Jesus is Emmanuel -- “God-with-us.”
 John: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever.
John’s gospel is very different from the other three in terms of content, style and christology. John’s Jesus is very clear about who he is and about his mission.
 Mark: Read this Quickly!
Mark’s gospel is a revolutionary tract written for Christians hiding in the catacombs in Rome and on the run. Mark’s Jesus is the Son of God for all who have eyes to see and ears to hear.
 Many Gospels, One Jesus.
The gospels explain the meaning of Jesus’ crucifixion and death. They all say, in different ways, that in Jesus the living God of the universe was present on earth as a human being, and that in his death and resurrection he dealt with the plight of Israel, the plight of the world and the plight of every individual.
Six video lessons on DVD and CD with PDF Discussion Guide