Monthly Archives: September 2017

Navigating and Celebrating the Complexity of Scripture: A Conversation with Richard Hays

I’m rather excited to share this interview with a ground-breaking scholar who has long been an inspiration to me, and one of the most influential figures in my own theological development: Richard B. Hays. I reviewed his recent book, Echoes … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Guest Post, Hermeneutics, Interviews, John, Luke, Mark, Matthew, NT, NT Theology, Reviews, The Gospels, Theological | 5 Comments

Ask Me Anything

I have a Curious Cat account. Ask me anything. Today I answered 42 questions, but will generally limit myself to no more than five a day from now on.

Posted in Public Service Announcement | 3 Comments

Podcast: Orthodoxy and Ethics

Mere Fidelity is back after a long summer break, with an episode on the subject of orthodoxy and ethics. We discuss the recent debates about the relationship between orthodoxy and sexual ethics and then talk briefly about the Nashville Statement. … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Ethics, Podcasts, Scripture, Sex and Sexuality, The Church, Theological | 1 Comment

The Politics of the Watchman

I have posted a reflection on Ezekiel 33:7-11 over on the Political Theology Today blog: In a society despairing of hope of change, the watchman alerts people to the remaining yet shrinking windows of opportunity and the fact that, even … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Ethics, Ezekiel, Guest Post, OT, Politics, Society, Theological | 3 Comments

On the Nashville Statement and My Signing of It

I’ve posted some thoughts here. The Nashville Statement is a reassertion and defence of the creational reality of humanity, of the basic anthropological difference: that humanity is created and divinely blessed with fruitfulness as male and female. It is this … Continue reading

Posted in Controversies, Culture, Ethics, Guest Post, Sex and Sexuality, Society, Theological | 75 Comments