Rev. Barton Gingerich generously invited me to join him on his podcast for a discussion of Echoes of Exodus: Tracing Themes of Redemption Through Scripture, the book I co-wrote with Andrew Wilson. We discuss typology, Exodus, and other biblical themes at length. You can listen to the episode here.
Dr Sam Emadi, whose recent book, From Prisoner to Prince: The Joseph Story in Biblical Theology, is a superb treatment of Joseph typology throughout the Scriptures, joins me for a discussion of these themes.
The Byzantine Scotist generously invited me to join him on his show for a discussion of some of the ways that the Scriptures can serve as a source for political reflection. Unfortunately, I was having problems with my connection, so there is no video and the audio is poor at some points.
At one point I mentioned this discussion on the subject of the morality of voting.
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.
Brad East, the author of the recent The Church’s Book: Theology of Scripture in Ecclesial Context, joins us for a discussion of his more popular treatment of the doctrine of Scripture, fittingly entitled The Doctrine of Scripture.
Jen Pollock Michel suggested that we should have a discussion of the ‘rape texts’ of Scripture on Mere Fidelity, so we invited her to join us for an episode on the subject.