New “Exploring the Faith” Podcast

What Can We Know About the Historical Jesus? Exploring the Faith

We've seen why the early Christians accepted the New Testament Gospels, but does that mean we should accept them as historically valid? How much should we trust them today? In this episode, we'll be seeking answers to these questions, and also examining the "Jesus Seminar" to see what we can learn from critics of the New Testament Gospels.Note: We're in the process of moving the website in order to more effectively host the podcast, so there may be a delay in posting the transcript and show notes. Thank you for your patience.You can find transcripts of episodes and show notes at Post a comment and join the discussion! You can also send in questions or issues that you'd like us to explore."Exploring the Faith" is sponsored by The Orchard, a Jesus-following church that meets in Rancho Cordova, CA and also in weekly, interactive, online studies. Curt Parton serves as teaching pastor for The Orchard. You can find out more at
  1. What Can We Know About the Historical Jesus?
  2. Which "Gospels" Should We Trust?
  3. Did Jesus Really Exist?
  4. Is Christianity a Blind Leap of Faith?
  5. How Can We Talk About Polarizing Issues?

It’s always been challenging to be a Christian, to truly live in the world without becoming of the world. And, for many, this has become even more confusing in recent years. As followers of Jesus Christ, we need to know what we believe and why, and how to genuinely live every day what we believe. So I’m inviting you to join us for a new podcast called Exploring the Faith. I’m Curt Parton. I serve as a teaching pastor for The Orchard, a church that meets in Rancho Cordova, CA, and also online. In this weekly podcast, we’ll examine any question or issue related to what we believe as Christians, and how to most faithfully live out a Christian life in our world today. I’ll be posting each episode at so we can discuss these things together online. And feel free to send in, through the website, questions and issues that you’d like to see us explore. Our first episode will be available Friday, February 17, so be sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. And join us as we begin Exploring the Faith.

2 thoughts on “New “Exploring the Faith” Podcast

  1. Thank you for the refreshing study, it’s very easy to get discouraged while hoping you’re doing the right thing. But you’ve provided many good points, and surely supplied me with plenty of food for the brain 🧠🙌🏻
    Looking forward to the next podcast!

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