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Posted in Culture, Ethics, Liturgical Theology, Society, Theological, Theopolis, Video, Worship 3 Comments
Video: Echoes of the Eucharist?
Today’s question: “What would be a text that you would go to demonstrate the multifaceted elements of the Eucharist? Can you recommend any books or resources that explore the many symbolic and typological elements of the Eucharist, much like your … Continue reading
Posted in Audio, Bible, Liturgical Theology, NT, NT Theology, Podcasts, Questions and Answers, The Sacraments, Theological, Video 2 Comments
Video: Seeing the Bible Through New Eyes
Posted in Bible, Hermeneutics, Liturgical Theology, Scripture, Theological, Theopolis, Video 1 Comment
Video: What Does Baptism Do For a Person?
Today’s question: “What does baptism do for a person?” If you have any questions for me, please leave them on my Curious Cat account. If you have found these videos helpful, please tell your friends. If you would like to support … Continue reading
Today’s question: “Do you hold to paedocommunion? If so, how would you reconcile this with Paul’s warning in 1 Cor 11:29, and that chapter more generally?” If you have any questions for me, please leave them on my Curious Cat account. If … Continue reading
Video: Should We Be Using the Lectionary?
Today’s question: “Do you commend the use of a lectionary for preaching? If so, what advantages does this approach have over preaching through whole books of the Bible? How should we think about preaching in churches where we can no … Continue reading
Video: Should the Lord’s Supper Have a Sombre Tone?
Today’s question: “I am wondering about your take on whether the Lord’s supper should be a somber event of introspection or a joyous meal of celebration. My understanding is that throughout church history it has been observed more as a … Continue reading
Posted in 1 Corinthians, Audio, Bible, Liturgical Theology, NT, Podcasts, Questions and Answers, The Atonement, The Sacraments, Theological, Video, Worship 1 Comment
New Book on Charles Taylor with an Essay of mine on Liturgy in a Secular Age
A new book edited by Collin Hansen on the tenth anniversary of Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age has just been released by the Gospel Coalition. There are a number of thoughtful and stimulating essays within the volume, which would be … Continue reading
Podcast: On Lent, with Steven Wedgeworth
This week on Mere Fidelity, Derek, Matt, and I are joined by our friend Steven Wedgeworth for a discussion of the subject of Lent, developing out of a Twitter discussion for which Keith Miller is responsible. Should we celebrate Lent? … Continue reading
Podcast: Reviving the Worship Wars
On this week’s episode of Mere Fidelity, Derek, Matt, Andrew, and I discuss the place that music and song have within our worship as the Church. We explore the divisive character of music in the Church, its proper telos, and how we … Continue reading
Posted in Controversies, Liturgical Theology, Music, Podcasts, Theological, Worship 7 Comments