The UnSunday Show Facebook Page Re-Launch

Hey friends, no audio this time, just a quick note to let you know I’ve re-launched the UnSunday Show Facebook page. I’m slowly loading it up with past episodes of the show. If you’re interested, check it out at https://www.facebook.com/TheUnSundayShow/. Thanks for subscribing to and listening to my podcast. There’s more on the way!

Stay safe…. Mike


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Did God Abandon Jesus at the Cross?

“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” These words of Jesus on the cross have led many to the conclusion that God left Jesus while he was dying on the cross. That because Jesus had become sin for us, the Father turned away from him because he can’t look on sin. But is that what was happening? Let’s talk about it.

Reminder: the video version of this episode is available on the YouTube UnSunday Show channel.

Is There a Tithe in the New Covenant?

Welcome to episode 36 of The UnSunday Show. Starting with this episode, I’m shaking things up a little with a new format. All of the past audio episodes of this show have been posted to YouTube as they’ve been published but starting today, the YouTube version of the show will be video instead of audio. I’m now publishing each episode in both audio (for the podcast) and video (for YouTube) and the episodes will be much shorter. If you haven’t seen the UnSunday YouTube channel, check it out at:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClJ1lcYOVaKXaj55kMp-g6Q

For this first audio/video episode, let’s tease out the idea of the tithe in the New Covenant? Does God require a tithe? Am I in disobedience if I’m not tithing? We’re quick to take isolated passages out of context to attempt impose a tithe on people but under the Old Covenant there were many tithes and the tithes were never money. Under the New Covenant, the tithe has disappeared. Let’s talk…


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Episode 35: What The Law Couldn’t Do, God Did

Welcome to episode 35 of The UnSunday Show. Let’s talk about the Good Samaritan. In response to Jesus’ reminder that he was obligated to love God with all his being and to love his neighbor as himself, a lawyer, in an attempt to justify himself, asked Jesus who his neighbor was. This conversation took place in Luke chapter 10. Because the lawyer was living at the time of the Old Covenant, he was under obligation to obey these commands perfectly. But he couldn’t.

Jesus’ answer revealed the failure of the Law to empower anyone to obey it while at the same time, showing that what the Law couldn’t do, God did by sending his Son. Let’s talk…


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Episode 34: Jesus is Better

Welcome to episode 34 of The UnSunday Show with Mike & Mac. This episode is a continuation in many ways of last week’s episode. We recorded this one immediately after last week’s with the intention of making it its own episode, and here it is! 

Jesus is better. That’s one of the themes of the New Testament letter to the Hebrews. Jesus is better. He’s better than the angels, he’s better than Moses, he’s better than the Levitical priests of the Old Covenant, he’s better than the Old Covenant. All of these things in the Old Testament were types and shadows that pictured Jesus, but Jesus is better. He’s a better priest with a better sacrifice, a better mediator with a better covenant. Let’s talk about it…


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Episode 33: A Contaminated Grace is No Longer Grace

Welcome to episode 33 of The UnSunday Show. Why are there so many burdensome rules in organized Christian religion when Jesus promised rest and relief from those same heavy burdens? When we read the Bible as though all of it applies to us, the lines blur between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant, resulting in a fatal mixology of confusion and harm.

This fatal mixology is the springboard of our conversation in this episode. Push Play and join the discussion.


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