Esther O’Reilly joins me to discuss Christian humanism and Jordan Peterson. We both contributed chapters to a new book on Peterson, Myth and Meaning in Jordan Peterson. This video is sponsored by its publisher, Lexham Press.
Can you share some advice on how to skim read books? How do you know in advance which sections of a book to read for the best insight? Do you need to make a best estimated guess and then accept that you might miss something really helpful?
I was recently invited onto the Via Media podcast by Gerald McDermott, to discuss aspects of a theology of the sexes. You can listen to the episode here.
Today I answer a couple of questions following on from my previous video, about my reading and writing practices.
Today I respond to a questioner asking for a tour of my bookshelves. You don’t get the tour (sorry!), but I do share a bit about my library and reading habits.
What are the ten most stimulating Bible-related books that you have read?