Theopolis Podcast: Psalms 109 and 137 (Imprecatory Psalms)

Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, Trevor Laurence, and I continue our series on the imprecatory psalms. This week we discuss Psalms 109 and 137 as examples.

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Theopolis Podcast: Varieties of Psalms (Imprecatory Psalms)

Peter Leithart, James Bejon, and I are joined by Trevor Laurence of the Cateclesia Institute for a new series, on the subject of the imprecatory psalms.

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Theopolis Podcast: Q&A Session (Historicity of the Exodus, Icons, Sacramental Administration, Fulfilled Prophecy)

Peter Leithart, James Bejon, Jeff Meyers, and I answer four questions from listeners: 1. Can we believe in the Exodus as an historical event? 2. How should we think about icons? 3. What are the boundaries of sacramental administration? 4. How should we discuss the fulfilment of prophecy with observant Jews?

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‘The Lost Supper’ with Matthew Colvin

Matthew Colvin joins me to discuss his recent book, The Lost Supper: Revisiting Passover and the Origins of the Eucharist. Within a wide-ranging conversation we discuss the value of rabbinic and other extra-biblical Jewish sources for our reading of the New Testament, the meaning of Christ’s words of institution, rethinking the metaphysics and the mechanics of the Supper, Eucharistic practices, and much else besides!