Theopolis Podcast: Sinai and Pentecost (Ten Words)

In light of the fact that we are in the season of Pentecost, Peter Leithart and I thought that it would be good to do a podcast exploring the connection between Pentecost and Sinai in our series on the Ten Words.

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The Boring Parts of Scripture

Mere FidelityOn this week’s Mere Fidelity, Matt, Derek, and I discuss the ‘boring’ parts of Scripture: genealogies, numbers, lists of laws, sacrificial rituals, etc. How can we read such parts profitably?

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Talks on Pentecost

Over this past weekend, I had the privilege of spending a few days with Cornerstone Reformed Church in Carbondale, IL, where I explored the subject of Pentecost for their 2019 Easter Conference, in preparation for the coming season. You can listen to the five talks, a sermon, and a Q&A session here:

Interpreting Pentecost
Four Lenses on Pentecost
Unworking Babel
Revisiting Sinai
Making a Prophet
Sermon: The Death of Judas and the Reign of Christ
Q&A Session

John 7—Is It Ever OK To Lie?

In John 7, Jesus’ brothers urge him to go to the feast in Judaea. He declines, stating he will not go. His brothers set off without him. But then Jesus *does* go. Secretly. Halfway through the feast, he makes himself quite public by teaching in the temple.

What’s up with this? Why did he lie to his brothers? He’s Jesus, so he must have known he was going to attend the feast, and that what he was saying to his brothers wasn’t true. And why did he keep a low profile there, around everyone, if he was just going to end up teaching in the temple anyway?

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Theopolis Podcast: The Ordination Rite (Leviticus)

Having discussed the main sacrifices, Peter Leithart and I wanted to explore the way that they function together in various larger rites. In this episode we discuss the ordination rite.

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