My Podcasts and Videos: Adversaria Videos and Podcasts
Podcast: Intersex |… on Podcast: Intersex REV. J. RAILEY GOMPA… on The Top Sixty Evangelical… Julian the Apostate on The Cunning Woman and the Righ… Julian the Apostate on The Cunning Woman and the Righ… The Dignity of the L… on The Dignity of the Laity: Prot… mnphysicist on Reading Scripture ‘Like a Bere… Mithra on Is Christmas stolen from the… michaelkbaldwin on Theology of the Sexes Cou… Alastair Roberts on Theology of the Sexes Cou… michaelkbaldwin on Theology of the Sexes Cou…
Follow me on TwitterMy Tweets
Monthly Archives: November 2018
On the latest Mere Fidelity episode, Derek, Matt, and I put on our theology nerd hats and discuss the concept of the felix culpa. You can also follow the podcast on iTunes, or using this RSS feed. Listen to past episodes on Soundcloud and … Continue reading
I am one of the speakers responding to Iain Provan (who has just written this book) in this Davenant Institute event on Protestant hermeneutics.
Support the Theopolis Institute here.
I recently spoke on this subject for the Davenant Institute. You can listen to the lecture here:
On the latest episode of the Theopolis podcast, Peter Leithart and I are joined by the Jewish biblical and political scholar, Yoram Hazony, for a long and stimulating conversation about his recent book, The Virtue of Nationalism. I summarized and … Continue reading
The Davenant Institute has a new podcast, with Samantha Cohoe and Mike Plato, called Crossing Borders. The first couple of episodes are here:
A post of mine has just been published over on the Theopolis blog. Within it, I engage with part of Yoram Hazony’s superb The Philosophy of Hebrew Scripture, bringing him into conversation with James Jordan’s Primeval Saints on the question … Continue reading
Today’s question: A number of years ago there was a lot of debate in certain circles in the UK revolving around these topics: the degree to which Christ/the Trinity is explicitly present in the OT; the nature of the Angel … Continue reading
Today’s question: What is your understanding of the legal and natural consequences of sin? Should we separate the two? Is there any difference between God’s judgement/wrath and the natural consequence of being handed over to sin/the powers? If you have … Continue reading