Tolkien Dogmatics (with Austin Freeman)

Austin Freeman, the author of the fantastic recent book Tolkien Dogmatics: Theology Through Mythology with the Maker of Middle-earth, joins Matt, Derek, and me to discuss theology through Tolkien’s eyes.

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Chapter 10 (Through New Eyes)

In this episode in our series on James Jordan’s Through New Eyes: Developing a Biblical View of the World, Peter Leithart, James Bejon, Jeff Meyers, and I discuss the tenth chapter of the book, ‘Breaking Bread: The Rite of Transformation’.

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End of Year Extravaganza

The whole cast returns for a discussion of the year, which has been a rather eventful one for some of us personally. We also talk about some of our current projects.

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Gratitude (with Dr Kent Dunnington)

Dr Kent Dunnington joins me and Matt for a discussion of gratitude. Dr Dunnington recently wrote an article entitled ‘The Distinctiveness of Christian Gratitude: A Theological Survey’, which is helpful background for our discussion.

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Introduction and Chapter 1 (Through New Eyes)

We’ve just started a new series on James Jordan’s classic work, Through New Eyes: Developing a Biblical View of the World. In this opening episode, Peter Leithart, James Bejon, and I discuss the influence the book has had upon us and frame what Jordan is doing within it.

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On Earth as in Heaven: Theopolis Fundamentals (with Dr Peter Leithart)

Dr Peter Leithart’s recent series of Theopolitan Fundamentals volumes was recently brought together in one book and published by Lexham Press as On Earth as in Heaven: Theopolis Fundamentals. Dr Leithart joined me and Matt to discuss it.

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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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Virtuous Persuasion (with Dr Michael Niebauer)

Matt and I are joined by Dr Michael Niebauer to discuss his recent book, Virtuous Persuasion: A Theology of Christian Mission.

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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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