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  • Jeannine Brown – The Gospels as Stories

    Jeannine Brown – The Gospels as Stories

    15/09/2020

    Episode: We're back with our fourth annual live-recorded podcast episode at Nashotah House Theological Seminary! Dr. Jeannine Brown joined us this year to discuss her book The Gospels as Stories(Baker Academic, 2020). Tune in for conversation about the importance of narrative thinking, intertextuality, and women among the disciples, and for a very special speed round.  The post Jeannine Brown - The Gospels as Stories first appeared on OnScript.

  • Esther Acolatse – Powers, Principalities, and the Spirit

    Esther Acolatse – Powers, Principalities, and the Spirit

    01/09/2020

    Episode: When you read a passage in Scripture or hear about someone’s experience with the supernatural (be it angelic, demonic, etc), what is your instinct? Explain it using specific hermeneutical tools? How? Do […] The post Esther Acolatse - Powers, Principalities, and the Spirit first appeared on OnScript.

  • R. Alan Streett – Caesar and the Sacrament

    R. Alan Streett – Caesar and the Sacrament

    26/08/2020

    Was baptism spiritual, political, or both? And to what degree was baptism seen as saving in the New Testament and early Christianity? Why? In his provocative and important new book Caesar and the Sacrament, R. Alan Streett shows that baptism was a politically subversive action that involved swearing an oath of allegiance to a new king. Co-hosted by Matt Bates. The post R. Alan Streett - Caesar and the Sacrament first appeared on OnScript.

  • Jackson W. – Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes

    Jackson W. – Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes

    12/08/2020

    Episode: How does Jesus’s death rescue not only humanity from its shame, but save God’s face? The honor-shame framework changes how we think about the gospel, faith, sin, and glory. […] The post Jackson W. - Reading Romans with Eastern Eyes first appeared on OnScript.

  • John Kincaid – Justification and Divine Sonship in Paul

    John Kincaid – Justification and Divine Sonship in Paul

    04/08/2020

    Episode: In a previous episode Chris Tilling and Matt Bates interviewed two of the co-authors (Barber and Pitre) of the book, Paul, A New Covenant Jew. The third co-author of this book, John Kincaid, […] The post John Kincaid - Justification and Divine Sonship in Paul first appeared on OnScript.

  • Carmen Imes – Why Sinai Still Matters

    Carmen Imes – Why Sinai Still Matters

    16/07/2020

    Episode: Carmen Imes has been on a podcast tour, and we’re thrilled that she joined us for this episode to discuss her book Bearing God’s Name: Why Sinai Still Matters. We […] The post Carmen Imes - Why Sinai Still Matters first appeared on OnScript.

  • Jaco Gericke – A Philosophical Theology of the Old Testament

    Jaco Gericke – A Philosophical Theology of the Old Testament

    08/07/2020

    How should we read the Old Testament? Is there only one valid interpretation or a plurality of interpretations? If the latter, then how do we maintain intellectual humility and find valid methods for addressing the texts of Scripture? For a first-ever joint episode with the Center for Hebraic Thought, Dru talks to Dr. Jaco Gericke of North-West University, South Africa about his journey to philosophical theology, and some of his current research, particularly his recent book, A Philosophical Theology of the Old Testament: A historical, experimental, comparative and analytic perspective. Along the way, they discuss atheism, the necessity of bringing a philosophical perspective to biblical studies, developing reliable methods for reading Scripture, and even some terrible jokes. The post Jaco Gericke - A Philosophical Theology of the Old Testament first appeared on OnScript.

  • Brant Pitre  Michael Barber – Paul, a New Covenant Jew

    Brant Pitre & Michael Barber – Paul, a New Covenant Jew

    01/07/2020

    Who was Paul? How might we understand him as a Jew? What type of Jew was he? How do our answers impact our interpretation of Paul’s theology of justification, Christology, the death of Christ, and more besides? In this episode, Matthew Bates and Chris Tilling talk to two of the co-authors of the new book, Paul, a New Covenant Jew: Rethinking Pauline Theology, by Brant Pitre, Michael P. Barber and John A. Kincaid (Eerdmans, 2019). After presenting a case for thinking about Paul as a new covenant Jew, the authors discuss Paul and apocalyptic, Pauline Christology, the cross and atonement theology, justification through divine sonship and the Lord’s Supper. Sparkling with fresh insights, this book contributes to numerous debates in exciting ways. This is, as one reviewer put it, “Paul the pop-up book”! The post Brant Pitre & Michael Barber - Paul, a New Covenant Jew first appeared on OnScript.

  • Joshua Farris – Theological Anthropology

    Joshua Farris – Theological Anthropology

    25/06/2020

    Episode: What am I? Why am I here? Why do I exist? In this episode, co-host Amy Hughes talks to Joshua R. Farris about the existential crisis-inducing subject of theological anthropology. Farris has written […] The post Joshua Farris - Theological Anthropology first appeared on OnScript.

  • Erin Heim with Dru Johnson – Resurrection and the #MeToo Movement (Part 1)

    Erin Heim with Dru Johnson – Resurrection and the #MeToo Movement (Part 1)

    16/06/2020

    Episode: Erin Heim and Dru Johnson discuss Erin’s paper “Resurrection and the #MeToo Movement,” which is part of a larger project that Erin is working on as she wrestles theologically […] The post Erin Heim with Dru Johnson – Resurrection and the #MeToo Movement (Part 1) first appeared on OnScript.

  • Christopher Hays – Isaiah and Assyria

    Christopher Hays – Isaiah and Assyria

    10/06/2020

    Christopher B. Hays sits down with Matt Lynch to discuss one of the most important and hotly contested sections of Isaiah. Among the only Old Testament texts to mention resurrection from the dead, Isaiah 24-27 have long perplexed and intrigued biblical scholars. In this episode, we talk all things Isaiah, corn whisky, colonizing Mars, and other important subjects related to Chris' recent book "The Origins of Isaiah 24-27." The post Christopher Hays - Isaiah and Assyria first appeared on OnScript.

  • Lincoln Harvey – Theology of Robert Jenson

    Lincoln Harvey – Theology of Robert Jenson

    26/05/2020

    Episode: In this episode we discuss Lincoln Harvey’s thrilling guide to the work of Robert W. Jenson (1930-2017). Jenson, arguably America’s most important theologian, is so because he thinks Jesus of Nazareth is always and for ever one of the Trinity. “Mary’s boy and Pilate’s victim” is the Father’s eternal Son, so there has never been an unfleshed Word. It follows from this that the God of the Gospel is much stranger than we imagine. Harvey’s book presents an astonishingly lucid and penetrating guide into Jenson’s remarkable proposal. Demonstrating Jenson’s signature moves, as well as his fundamental re-working of the dogmatic tradition, Harvey shows how only an evangelized metaphysics can make sense of the identity of Jesus Christ. Our discussion in this episode thus plunges into strange territory, raising odd questions and answers to such weighty matters as the nature of time, space, God’s act of creation, the centrality of Jesus, substance metaphysics and much more. The post Lincoln Harvey - Theology of

  • Sandra Richter – Stewards of Eden

    Sandra Richter – Stewards of Eden

    12/05/2020

    Episode: Environmental lawyer Gus Speth said, “I used to think that the top environmental problems were biodiversity loss, ecosystem collapse, and climate change. I thought that thirty years of good science […] The post Sandra Richter - Stewards of Eden first appeared on OnScript.

  • Nyasha Junior – Reimagining Hagar: Blackness and the Bible

    Nyasha Junior – Reimagining Hagar: Blackness and the Bible

    28/04/2020

    Episode: Nyasha Junior is back on the show to discuss her new book Reimagining Hagar: Blackness and the Bible. Matt Lynch hosts a discussion on race, ethnicity, and color in biblical […] The post Nyasha Junior - Reimagining Hagar: Blackness and the Bible first appeared on OnScript.

  • Christian Hofreiter – Making Sense of Old Testament Genocide

    Christian Hofreiter – Making Sense of Old Testament Genocide

    22/04/2020

    Episode: In this re-run of a 2018 episode, Matt Lynch interviews Christian Hofreiter (RZIM) on one of the most vexed issues in biblical studies … genocide in the Old Testament. […] The post Christian Hofreiter - Making Sense of Old Testament Genocide first appeared on OnScript.

  • Fleming Rutledge – A Fireside Chat on The Crucifixion, Advent, and Preaching

    Fleming Rutledge – A Fireside Chat on The Crucifixion, Advent, and Preaching

    07/04/2020

    Episode: In this episode, Erin hosts Fleming Rutledge for a fireside chat before a live audience at Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford. Listen as Fleming shares pearls of wisdom from her […] The post Fleming Rutledge – A Fireside Chat on The Crucifixion, Advent, and Preaching first appeared on OnScript.

  • Ervine Sheblatzm – Feathers on the Nose: Paul’s Radical Pastoral Theology for the Non-Anthropic World

    Ervine Sheblatzm – Feathers on the Nose: Paul’s Radical Pastoral Theology for the Non-Anthropic World

    31/03/2020

    Episode: Triple-crown episode!! Sheblatzm is back for the 3rd time, and he’s not holding back. This episode will revolutionalize the way you think about theology, science, and yourself. But it’s not […] The post Ervine Sheblatzm - Feathers on the Nose: Paul's Radical Pastoral Theology for the Non-Anthropic World first appeared on OnScript.

  • (Theology) Ian McFarland – The Word Made Flesh

    (Theology) Ian McFarland – The Word Made Flesh

    17/03/2020

    Episode: Has the Chalcedonian Definition stood the test of time and theological challenge? Ian McFarland thinks so and advocates for a “Chalcedonianism without reserve” in his newest book, The Word Made […] The post (Theology) Ian McFarland - The Word Made Flesh first appeared on OnScript.

  • Wave Nunnally – Israel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the Dead Sea Scrolls

    Wave Nunnally – Israel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the Dead Sea Scrolls

    10/03/2020

    This episode takes you on a wild ride through the land of the Bible, the world of Josephus, into the ER after crashed planes, by the Dead Sea, and includes encounters with Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, and a fire-breathing dragon. Brace yourself! The post Wave Nunnally - Israel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the Dead Sea Scrolls first appeared on OnScript.

  • Jeanette Hagen Pifer – Faith as Participation

    Jeanette Hagen Pifer – Faith as Participation

    29/02/2020

    Episode: In this third episode of a mini-series on "faith" (pistis), Jeanette Hagen Pifer brings a different method to bear on pistis, looking at what we might glean from wider conceptual categories related to "faith," like persuasion and boasting. And she was a missionary in the former Soviet Union before becoming a professor! Join her and OnScript co-host Matthew W. Bates, as they discuss Jeanette's new book, Faith as Participation. The post Jeanette Hagen Pifer - Faith as Participation first appeared on OnScript.

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