This is the fifth part of a multi-part sermon series on the Gospel According to Matthew. In it, Dr. Thiel discusses John the Baptist doubts, some of what Jesus taught about the Elijah, why even Sodomites have an opportunity for salvation, why Jesus' yoke is light, eating out on the Sabbath, why it is not know the Kingdom of God, writings of Augustine and Martin Luther, & why 36 hours does not equal three days and three nights. Dr. Thiel also reads each and every verse in the eleventh and twelfth chapters of Matthew’s Gospel.
A written article of possibly related interest is titled "Jesus: The Son of God and Saviour" URL: http://www.cogwriter.com/jesus.htm
Here is a link to the first part of the sermon series: Matthew 1-2: Greek or Aramaic, Jesus, and the Star?
Here is a link to the second part of the sermon series: Matthew 3-5: John the Baptist, Temptations, and the Beatitudes
Here is a link to the third part of the sermon series: Matthew 5-6: Charitable Deeds, the Rosary, Prayer, the Golden Rule, and Faith
Here is a link to the fourth part of the sermon series: Matthew 8-10: Married Clergy, Faith, Coming Persecution, and the Ecumenical Agenda