Antisemitism in Thessalonians

Andrew, Matt, and I discuss a difficult text in 1 Thessalonians 2:14-16, which has seemed antisemitic to many and has been misused in such a manner.

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Martin Luther and the Rule of Faith (with Dr Todd Hains)

Matt and I are joined by Dr Todd Hains to discuss his recent book, Martin Luther and the Rule of Faith: Reading God’s Word for God’s People.

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Biblical Reasoning (with Dr Bobby Jamieson & Dr Tyler Wittman)

Dr Bobby Jamieson and Dr Tyler Wittman have just come out with a new book, Biblical Reasoning: Christological and Trinitarian Rules for Exegesis. On this episode, they join Derek and me for a discussion of it.

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Christian Reconstruction in the Pacific Northwest (with Crawford Gribben)

Crawford Gribben, author of the book Survival and Resistance in Evangelical America: Christian Reconstruction in the Pacific Northwest, joins me for a discussion of movements downstream of Christian Reconstruction and the attraction and impact of Moscow, Idaho. He is also the author of the book The Rise and Fall of Christian Ireland, released earlier this week.

Those interested in learning more about this subject might also appreciate Michael McVicar’s appearance on my podcast.