For 2,000 years, men and women of every culture and tribe have tackled the tricky task of living as disciples of Jesus. From monks to punks, from St. Francis to Mark Driscoll, following Jesus has never been simple, and it rarely looks the same from generation to generation.
Click on the image below to listen to this talk, in which Yoel looks at what it means to be a disciple of Jesus and what that might look like in our lives today. He explores a practical approach for not only being, but also making, disciples in our postmodern world.
This talk was given on December 2014 as a part of a monthly Open Lecture series by the Caspari Center for Biblical and Jewish Studies. The opinions expressed in the talk are those of the speaker and may not necessarily reflect those of the Caspari Center. Visit the audio lecture archive for more talks on a range of Biblical and academic subjects.