Part I: The Good and the Right
Part II: Improving Our Deliberation
Part III. Reforming Our Political Imaginaries
Part IV: On Submission to Government
Part V: Trust, Suspicion, and Authority
Part VI: Considering Resistance
Part VII: Models for Resistance
Part VIII: Disagreement in the Body of Christ
Part IX: The Experts and the Rulers
Part X: Living Within Our Limits
Faced with our challenge of remaining faithful within and addressing our various contemporary societal crises with wisdom, Christians and churches are fracturing over our differing approaches and postures. My friend Ben Miller suggested that we have a series of conversations, to help us to pursue greater clarity on the principles, virtues, duties, and practices that can equip Christians to meet such difficult times with prudence, insight, and courage.
James Bejon joins me for a discussion of our principles and practices when attempting intertextual reading of Scripture, particularly focusing upon the different accounts of the death of Judas in Matthew 27 and Acts 1. James tweeted on this recently.