Watch: The sixth episode of digital talk show Beyond A.D.

Watch: The sixth episode of digital talk show Beyond A.D. May 17, 2015


The sixth episode of Beyond A.D. is the shortest and least-populated to date. It runs just 35 minutes, and it features just two guests: pastor Louie Giglio and musician TobyMac, who also sings a song at the end. The show also features a new clip from tonight’s episode of A.D. The Bible Continues. Check it out below the jump.

Here is the episode itself:

A few highlights:

  • Giglio cites the scene in which Pilate prays to Minerva as evidence that everyone follows or believes in something (c. the 2-minute mark).
  • Giglio says Caiaphas probably started out with a pure heart but his intentions have been corrupted by power; TobyMac compares this to his own efforts to stay “unjaded” in the music profession (c. the 5-minute mark).
  • Host Jason Kennedy says not a lot of people saw the resurrected Jesus, and Giglio points out that, in the Bible, over 500 people did (c. the 11-minute mark).
  • A new clip from tonight’s episode (c. the 27-minute mark).

Three clips from this episode have also been posted as standalone items.

First, there is the intro, which was released as a preview of the episode itself:

Second, there is the Episode 6 recap:

And finally, there is TobyMac’s musical performance:

Check out earlier trailers and other videos here (though be warned: it appears that the network has taken some of the trailers and clips offline already):

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