Scripture Roundtable 106: New Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 8, The Sermon on the Mount: “A More Excellent Way”

This is Scripture Roundtable 106 from The Interpreter Foundation, in which we discuss the New Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson #8, The Sermon on the Mount: “A More Excellent Way,” focusing on scriptures in Matthew 5, bringing in various insights to help us better understand the scriptures. These roundtables will generally follow the 2015 Gospel Doctrine schedule of scriptures, a few weeks ahead of time.

Panelists for this roundtable are John Gee, Cassandra Hedelius, Craig Foster, and Bruce Webster.

This roundtable is also available as an audio podcast, and will be included in the podcast feed. You can listen by pressing the play button or download the podcast below:

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4 thoughts on “Scripture Roundtable 106: New Testament Gospel Doctrine Lesson 8, The Sermon on the Mount: “A More Excellent Way”

  1. I really enjoy listening to the podcasts. But one thing, does Cassandra Hedelius realize that her connection is pretty bad, consistently as compared to the others Can someone help her with this or at least tell her?
    Thanks

    • I was actually going to comment how much better the connection was this episode. It did break up there toward the end, but a big improvement.

      Probably due to using different technology, but I noticed that there weren’t any connection issues on her FAIR Podcast Frontpage Reviews. So I blame Google.

  2. I enjoy your discussions very much, and always gain insight into the scriptures which I’m then able to refer to while teaching Gospel Doctrine. I’m just not sure you are all aware of what we are experiencing out here while watching and listening to your discussions, in regards to the connection speed, so I thought I’d let you know my personal experience:
    The worst connection is always from Cassandra’s computer. I’m not sure why, but I miss a good portion of her comments or have to struggle to understand because of her slow buffering which causes her words to be garbled.
    Also, Mike Parker is another who typically has connection speed issues. The rest of your guest’s connections seem to be of higher quality. Daniel Peterson’s connection and sound quality is by far superior to all others. So whatever Bro. Peterson is doing, it would be great if all other could replicate.
    Thank you again for all your time and effort you put into your discussions. They are very appreciated.

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