Kitchen Table Theology

051 Redemption

March 28, 2021 Pastor Jeff Cranston Season 2 Episode 51
Kitchen Table Theology
051 Redemption
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Kitchen Table Theology
051 Redemption
Mar 28, 2021 Season 2 Episode 51
Pastor Jeff Cranston

When Jesus shed His blood, He purchased a place for us in heaven.

In this episode, Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton will be continuing the study of ‘The Doctrine of Atonement'. We will be specifically looking at the topic of redemption. Here at KTT, we try to make theology understandable and also applicable to our daily life. 

Let’s dig in as we discuss the topic of redemption.

[00:01 - 06:30] Opening Segment

  • Jen talks about the topic of today’s episode.
    • Redemption.
  • Pastor Jeff shares an illustration to explains the doctrine of redemption.
    • Have you ever lost something that meant a great deal to you?
    • Then when you finally find it, you have to purchase it to get it back.

[06:31 - 14:44] Redemption

  • Pastor Jeff gives a brief description of the word redemption 
  • Jen reads Scripture about redemption.
  • God paid the ransom to save you.
  • The word redemption in the new testament is applied to purchasing servant or slave in a marketplace.
  • Three primary Greek words used for redemption in the new testament 
    • Agorazo
    • Exagorazo
    • Lutreo
  • Jesus’s redemption is for everyone.
  • Jen gives a recap of the three Greek words of redemption
    • Because of what Jesus did for us, He has purchased us, removed us, and gave us freedom.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about how Jesus redeemed us to give us total freedom and bring back the relationship with us.

[14:45 - 19:04] The Hymn of Redemption

  • Jen talks about the lyrics of a song titled ‘Redeemed’ by Fanny J. Crosby.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about a song titled ‘I will sing to my Redemeer’ by Philip Bliss.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about the humility that comes into play of redemption.

[19:05 - 22:08] Closing Segment

  • We hope this podcast will help you. Please subscribe to get a notification as we will upload new episodes each week on any platform you are listening to.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about all of the platforms that we are on.
  • If you have any questions regarding theology or our podcast, you can reach us through email at [email protected]
  • Thank you for listening, and please share this podcast with your friends and family.
  • Final words from Pastor Jeff and Jen.


Tweetable Quotes:

“What level of arrogance and pride must we have to think that we can do this on our own.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.

“When Jesus shed His blood, He purchased a place for us in heaven.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.

“Because of what Jesus did for us, He has purchased us, removed us, and He has given us freedom.” - Jen Denton.


Bible Verses and Other Sources Mentioned:


Join the Conversation

We love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today’s episode, email me at [email protected]

Visit my website jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church

Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranston.

Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!

Show Notes

When Jesus shed His blood, He purchased a place for us in heaven.

In this episode, Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton will be continuing the study of ‘The Doctrine of Atonement'. We will be specifically looking at the topic of redemption. Here at KTT, we try to make theology understandable and also applicable to our daily life. 

Let’s dig in as we discuss the topic of redemption.

[00:01 - 06:30] Opening Segment

  • Jen talks about the topic of today’s episode.
    • Redemption.
  • Pastor Jeff shares an illustration to explains the doctrine of redemption.
    • Have you ever lost something that meant a great deal to you?
    • Then when you finally find it, you have to purchase it to get it back.

[06:31 - 14:44] Redemption

  • Pastor Jeff gives a brief description of the word redemption 
  • Jen reads Scripture about redemption.
  • God paid the ransom to save you.
  • The word redemption in the new testament is applied to purchasing servant or slave in a marketplace.
  • Three primary Greek words used for redemption in the new testament 
    • Agorazo
    • Exagorazo
    • Lutreo
  • Jesus’s redemption is for everyone.
  • Jen gives a recap of the three Greek words of redemption
    • Because of what Jesus did for us, He has purchased us, removed us, and gave us freedom.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about how Jesus redeemed us to give us total freedom and bring back the relationship with us.

[14:45 - 19:04] The Hymn of Redemption

  • Jen talks about the lyrics of a song titled ‘Redeemed’ by Fanny J. Crosby.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about a song titled ‘I will sing to my Redemeer’ by Philip Bliss.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about the humility that comes into play of redemption.

[19:05 - 22:08] Closing Segment

  • We hope this podcast will help you. Please subscribe to get a notification as we will upload new episodes each week on any platform you are listening to.
  • Pastor Jeff talks about all of the platforms that we are on.
  • If you have any questions regarding theology or our podcast, you can reach us through email at [email protected]
  • Thank you for listening, and please share this podcast with your friends and family.
  • Final words from Pastor Jeff and Jen.


Tweetable Quotes:

“What level of arrogance and pride must we have to think that we can do this on our own.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.

“When Jesus shed His blood, He purchased a place for us in heaven.” - Pastor Jeff Cranston.

“Because of what Jesus did for us, He has purchased us, removed us, and He has given us freedom.” - Jen Denton.


Bible Verses and Other Sources Mentioned:


Join the Conversation

We love your feedback! If you enjoyed this episode, leave us a review. If you have any questions or comments on today’s episode, email me at [email protected]

Visit my website jeffcranston.com and subscribe to my newsletter. Join me on Sunday mornings at LowCountry Community Church

Check-in with us on Facebook or Instagram @pastorjeffcranston.

Remember, the real power of theology is not only knowing it but applying it. Thanks for listening!