Matthew Carpenter, of The Good Life podcast (Apple Podcasts) recently invited me to join him for a wide-ranging conversation about reading Scripture, baptism, and the meaning of wisdom. Take a listen!
Aaron Renn recently shared a clip from our longer interview.
Steven Wedgeworth is currently preaching through the book of Esther and invited me, Devon Phillips, and James Bejon to join him for a discussion of the book, hosted on my podcast.
Within this conversation we reference several treatments of the book. Here are a few:
Sermons on Esther
Unraveling the Mysteries of the Book of Esther
Sandra Teplinsky, ‘Purim 2016 and Easter Week: Prophetic Parallels’
James Jordan, Biblical Horizons newsletter series on Esther (November 2009 to June 2013)
Rabbi David Fohrman, The Queen You Thought You Knew
Jon Levenson, Esther [Old Testament Library]
Adele Berlin, Esther [JPS Bible Commentary]
Yoram Hazony, God and Politics in Esther
Michael V. Fox, Character and Ideology in the Book of Esther
Anthony Tomasino, Esther [Evangelical Exegetical Commentary]
We are joined by Karen Swallow Prior, the author of On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books, who has recently written guides to Frankenstein and Jane Eyre.
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I recently was invited on Derek Fiedler’s podcast to discuss symbolism, typology, the Exodus pattern in Scripture, and music as a conceptual metaphor for the reading of Scripture.
Derek Fiedler invited me on his YouTube channel for a long discussion of typology, symbolism, music as a conceptual metaphor, and the patterns of Scripture.
James Bejon joins me for a discussion of our principles and practices when attempting intertextual reading of Scripture, particularly focusing upon the different accounts of the death of Judas in Matthew 27 and Acts 1. James tweeted on this recently.