‘Wonderfully Made,’ with Dr John Kleinig

This week Matt Anderson and I talk about the theology of the body with Dr John Kleinig, the author of the recent book, Wonderfully Made: A Protestant Theology of the Body.

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‘The Logic of the Body,’ with Dr Matthew LaPine

Mere FidelityMatt, Derek, and I are joined by Dr Matthew LaPine for a discussion of his new book on theological anthropology, The Logic of the Body. We talk about the body, the range and different modes of emotions, and how to address the grace of God to the totality of ourselves.

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Theopolis Podcast: Rituals and Epistemology with Dr Dru Johnson

Peter Leithart and I are joined by Dr Dru Johnson, with whom we discuss the connection between ritual and epistemology.

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Theopolis Podcast: The Tabernacle (Leviticus)

Peter Leithart and I continue our series on the book of Leviticus and are joined by Dr David Field and … James Jordan! This week we discuss the significance of the tabernacle.

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