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A brief interview with me has just been posted over on WordMP3 (a site you really must make use of, if you are not already aware of it). They also have the audio lectures from my recent Theopolis course available … Continue reading
I was recently invited to be a guest on John Piper’s podcast, Ask Pastor John, to talk about Jordan Peterson. You can listen to my discussion with my friend Tony Reinke here.
Andrew Wilson and I recently appeared on Dan Darling’s The Way Home podcast, talking about our Echoes of Exodus book. Take a listen! You can see more of the articles and publicity that we have done surrounding and following the … Continue reading
Bible Gateway have just posted an interview with me about Echoes of Exodus. Within it, I discuss various topics that the book covers, among some other things. What are some similarities between the story of 1 Samuel 1-2 and the opening … Continue reading
My friend Brad Littlejohn and I had a conversation a few days ago about the ethics of social media. You can watch it here.
This is the first of twelve videos in which I discuss various cultural and theological subjects with Brad Belschner. Within this video we discuss the challenges of gender in the 21st century. Visit the Davenant Institute’s site to find out … Continue reading
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