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Today’s question: “What are the ten most stimulating Bible-related books that you have read?” 1. James B. Jordan, Through New Eyes 2. Meredith Kline, Images of the Spirit 3. Peter Leithart, A House For My Name 4. N.T. Wright, Jesus … Continue reading
On today’s video, I give a lengthy summary and discussion of the argument of John Hughes’ stimulating book, The End of Work: Theological Critiques of Capitalism. If you have any questions for me, please leave them on my Curious Cat account. … Continue reading
Darel Paul has written a thought-provoking new book, From Tolerance to Equality: How Elites Brought America to Same-Sex Marriage. I reviewed it here. Marriages between two persons of the same sex represent the dislodging of the gendered hierarchy in marriages … Continue reading
A plug for James Jordan’s Through New Eyes: Developing a Biblical View of the World and some other books for those wanting to read the Bible for all its worth.
Today’s video is on the subject of the book of Esther, exploring some of the insights of Rabbi David Fohrman’s superb little book, The Queen You Thought You Knew, which I read over the weekend. Leave any questions you might … Continue reading
The full video of my conversation with Brad Littlejohn of the Davenant Institute on Jordan Peterson is available here. Brad is a close friend and a great conversation partner: it was fun to record a couple of our conversations for … Continue reading