A Glorious Discussion on How to Joyously Read the Old Testament
I think this is one of the most practical and applicable interviews we’ve had yet. “Joy is the word that comes to mind when I reflect on writing about typology and allegory” is how Dr. Mitchel Chase opens up his book “40 Questions About Typology and Allegory” (Kregel Academic). Listen as we sit down with Dr. Chase and discuss a way we can read the Bible the way it was intended to be read – to be read in such a way that results in, as we echo what Cleopas “Did not our hearts burn within us while he talked to us on the road, while he opened to us the Scriptures?”
Theology in Motion
Join us as we sit down with Winfield Bevins, author of Simply Anglican: An Ancient Faith for Today's World (Anglican Compass, 2020), asking him why so many Christians are trading their “Jonathan Edwards is my homeboy” shirt for icons of Chrysostom and prayer books, and find out what itch Anglicanism and liturgy scratch that the new-Calvinism doesn’t.
How the Giving God Changes the World
The commonplace is a sacred place. The things we do each day have deep, divine roots. But we grow callous to them. The repetition gets in the way of the revelation God can offer. Nowhere is this more obvious than in the simplest act of giving. Offering something—however small—to someone else is not merely a snapshot of love; it’s a miniature portrait of God, who always gives. A little reflection on this truth can change the way we give, and thus can change the world.
Listen in as I try to interview John Goldingay on Genesis.
Longing for the Good Life: Virtue Ethics after Protestantism
What are “Ethics”? What is the need for Ethics when we have Theology? What do ethics have to do with my normal life? How can I become the person I want to be? How can I try to live like Jesus and Hudson Taylor when they were at another level? How can I be a better human? All these, and more: listen in as we have a discussion with Dr. Pieter Vos around his new book “Longing for the Good Life: Virtue Ethics after Protestantism”.
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Interview with John Frame
What is the “Gospel” and what practical implications does the Gospel make in my everyday life? The Gospel is the good news that God, the sovereign creator of all, sent his Son Jesus to die and rise again, to destroy sin and all its effects. God has ordained that those...
Interview with Sam Storms
What is the “Gospel” and what practical implications does the Gospel make in my everyday life? I believe the Gospel is the gloriously good news, indeed the very best news, that God has graciously done everything necessary, at great sacrifice to himself, through the sinless life, penal substitutionary and sacrificial...
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