Exodus 17.1-7, Ezekiel 18.1-4, Philippians 2.1-13, Matthew 21.23-32; Why do we complain so much? What’s the difference between equality and equity? Is God fair? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with special guest Lindsey Baynham.
Beverly Gaventa joined the podcast to discuss her book, “When in Romans: An Invitation to Linger with the Gospel According to Paul.” With a Ph.d. from Duke, Beverly is a Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Baylor University.
Johanna, Jason, and Teer discuss the word “biblicism” and why you need to know this word to speak Christian better.
Exodus 16.2-15, Jonah 3.10-4.11, Philippians 1.21-30, Matthew 20.1-16; What does it mean to be called by God? Why are we humans so arrogant? What does living in a manner worthy of the gospel look like? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with special guest Lindsey Baynham.
Morgan recently chatted with Dr. Ellen Blue about her book, ‘In Case Of Katrina’, which describes lessons learned by New Orleans churches trying to rebuild after the hurricane.
“And so in remembrance of these your mighty acts in Jesus Christ, we offer ourselves…” In the Eucharist we remember so that the past might be made present that we might be consumed by what we consume in order that we become what we eat. In other words, this word: anamnesis.
Exodus 14.19-31, Genesis 50.15-21, Romans 14.1-12, Matthew 18.21-35; Why do we skip over difficult passages? Can you have peace without violence? Why are the Coen Brothers SO good at making movies? How many times should we forgive? These and more questions on this episode of Strangely Warmed.
Jason talks with the philosophical theologian David Bentley Hart about a series of questions submitted by his fans. Part 2 includes the questions: “What do you think about Stanley Hauerwas and pacifism?” “What do you make of apocalyptic readings of Paul?” “What is hell?” “What do you think about designated hitters in baseball?” and more.
Is saying nothing the best way to say something about God? Is it clearer and more precise to say who and what God is not than who God is? Dr. Johanna Hartelius tells us why ‘apophatic’ is a theological term we need to know so that we can all speak Christian better.
Exodus 12.1-14, Ezekiel 33.7-11, Romans 13.8-14, Matthew 18.15-20; What is the Passover? Why is Ezekiel so weird? Is Christianity immoral? These and more questions on this episode of Strangely Warmed.