Alternatives to Winsomeness (with James Wood)

James Wood recently wrote an article criticizing various conservative Christian approaches to public speech that focus on ‘winsomeness’, an accent most notable in the work of Tim Keller. He wrote a later follow-up here. He joins Derek, Matt, and I for a discussion of the issue.

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The Dobbs Opinion, with Susannah Black

Susannah Black joins us for a discussion of the leaked Supreme Court draft that might overturn Roe v. Wade.

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The Doctrine of Assurance, with J. Todd Billings

Our friend Todd Billings joins Derek, Matt, Andrew, and I to discuss Christian assurance and the perseverance of the saintsd.

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‘The Doctrine of Scripture,’ with Dr Brad East

Brad East, the author of the recent The Church’s Book: Theology of Scripture in Ecclesial Context, joins us for a discussion of his more popular treatment of the doctrine of Scripture, fittingly entitled The Doctrine of Scripture.

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‘The Life We’re Looking For,’ with Andy Crouch

Andy Crouch joins us for a discussion of his recent book, The Life We’re Looking For. We get into technology, community, meaning, and keeping our eyes on the things that matter.

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‘Abraham’s Silence,’ with Dr. J. Richard Middleton

Derek, Matt, and I have a spirited discussion of the binding of Isaac with Dr J. Richard Middleton, the author of the stimulating recent book Abraham’s Silence.

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Why Don’t People Preach the Rape Texts? (with Jen Pollock Michel)

Jen Pollock Michel suggested that we should have a discussion of the ‘rape texts’ of Scripture on Mere Fidelity, so we invited her to join us for an episode on the subject.

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Saving Evangelicalism, with Tim Keller

Tim Keller joined Matt, Derek, and me for our longest ever Mere Fidelity episode, an inspiring insight into his vision for evangelicalism.

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