This is our second Theopolis Podcast Q&A episode. In this session, Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, James Bejon, and I discuss the Spirit in creation, the proper administration of the sacraments, the placement of the sursum corda, and how to speak of Judges 19, the story of the Levite and his concubine, in relation to questions of domestic abuse.
Having finished our series on James Jordan’s Through New Eyes: Developing a Biblical View of the World, we thought it was time for another Theopolis Podcast Q&A episode. In this session, Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, James Bejon, and I address questions on the future of theological education, full preterism, whether there is a deeper significance to various occurrences of ‘Sheba’ and related names, and differences between James Jordan and James Bejon’s readings of Daniel.
I recently recorded a twenty-hour course entitled An Introduction to Biblical Wisdom at Davenant House in South Carolina. The course provides an introduction to the reading of Scripture, an overview of the entire Bible, and a discussion of the theme of wisdom within it.
The lectures are now on sale, with a discount for pre-orders.
I was invited onto the Weird Christian Podcast to discuss the unsettling account of Judges 19. I show how the story needs to be read within a broad intertextual nexus, within which many aspects of it come into much sharper relief.
Dr Patrick Schreiner, Associate Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, joins me for a discussion of the book of Acts and its interpretation. He is the author of the new Acts commentary in the Christian Standard Commentary series.