Steven Wedgeworth joins me to discuss some ways in which the Coronavirus crisis highlights our need for wisdom, and how the Christian and the Protestant tradition can speak to this need.
The following is the audio from a talk that I recently gave at a Davenant event in Oxford. You can listen to the rest of the talks here.
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Steven Duby and Joseph Minich recently joined me to discuss The Lord Is One: Reclaiming Divine Simplicity, a book to which they both contribute essays, which has just been published by the Davenant Press. Steven Duby, associate professor of theology at Grand Canyon University, is also the author of Divine Simplicity: A Dogmatic Account and God in Himself: Scripture, Metaphysics, and the Task of Christian Theology, which was published last week.
I am the reader on the Audible version of the first volume of the Davenant Institute’s modernization of Richard Hooker’s Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity.
You can purchase a copy here.
Onsi Kamel recently wrote an article for First Things, ‘Catholicism Made Me Protestant’. He discusses it with me in this episode.
The Davenant Institute has just established Davenant Hall, which offers online courses on a range of different theological topics at the affordable price of $99 for ten hours’ of classes. For the first semester of classes, I will be teaching a course on the subject of Biblical Wisdom, which will, in a far-reaching engagement with the text of Scripture, explore the theme of wisdom as it runs throughout it. If you are interested, there is no time to lose: the registration deadline is the 23rd of this month and there are limited slots!
My recent Davenant Institute lecture on the subject of the significance of textual technologies for our engagement with Scripture has just been posted on Youtube:
I recently enjoyed watching Dr. Christopher Schlect’s highly informative and stimulating lecture in the same series.