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The Anagnorisis Series: Episode 32  Jani Rubery  17th Apr

Mary: The Mother // The Servant

John 19: 27

In her final podcast, Jani looks at the relationship of Jesus and his mother, Mary

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The Anagnorisis Series: Episode 31  Jani Rubery  16th Apr

Barabbas: The Substitute // Son of the Father

Luke 23: 18

Jani looks at the character of Barabbas and explores the part he played in the resurrection story

 

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The Anagnorisis Series: Episode 30  Jani Rubery  15th Apr

Pilate: Asking and Waiting // Freedom from Truth

John 18: 38

As Holy Week continues, Jani explores the encounter between Jesus and Pilate

ANAGNORISIS - "the moment at which a character makes a critical discovery regarding their identity and true nature."

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Judas: The Anagnorisis Series Week 5  Andy Freeman  14th Apr

In case you missed them - here is every episode from Andy Freeman's look at Judas; this weeks character from The Anagnorisis Series Lent daily podcasts.

ANAGNORISIS - "the moment at which a character makes a critical discovery regarding their identity and true nature."

Judas: Doing Enough // Chosen, Accepted and Loved 

Luke 6: 13

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The Anagnorisis Series: Episode 29  Jani Rubery  14th Apr

Malchus: Empowered and Weak // Overpowered and Healed

Luke 22:51

For everyday of Holy Week, we will be exploring a different characters encounter with Jesus in his journey to the cross and resurrection. Today, Jani Rubery explores the story of Malchus, the High Priest's Servant

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Clearing Our Lungs   Andy Freeman  11th Apr

During the first week of April it was reported that Britain was experiencing it’s worst air pollution for years. 

The cause apparently was sand from the Saharan desert whipped by strong winds into the clouds and the deposited here as rain or as a film of dust in the air.  All I know that I was reaching for my inhaler as friends from around the world used social media to ask me what I was complaining about and how this happens all the time.

Oh well.  

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