It took a worldwide pandemic to do it, but the whole crew is back together! In this episode, we answer questions sent in by our listeners, on reading the Church Fathers, on whether the incarnation changes God, on how one goes about choosing a denomination, and where theologians come from.
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Today I am joined by two Theopolis Junior Fellows, Joe McCulley and Kyle Lammott, to discuss Luke 15:11-32—a parable perhaps best known as the Parable of the Prodigal Son.
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Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, and I answer three questions sent in by listeners: 1. What does the Theopolis logo mean? 2. What are some good books on patristic hermenetics? 3. Why does Paul seemingly speak negatively about the Law, when other passages exalt the law? 4. What does baptism do for a person?
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