Last year, we launched a new podcast Doing Theology. Thinking Mission. And it was super well received! We are grateful for all the kind feedback.
Guess what–– we now have another season recorded and ready to go! This past week, we dropped the first episode, an interview with renowned New Testament scholar Lynn Cohick. We chatted with her concerning honor, shame, and women in the Bible.
One listener told me yesterday, “I have way more questions now than I had before the podcast.” Well, mission accomplished!
Sure, we hope to offer answers and suggest proposals to critical concerns, but we also have other reasons for making the podcast. Countless issues are far more complex than we might assume, so Doing Theology. Thinking Mission. seeks to stimulate conversations about significant topics at the intersection of theology and mission.
A few season 2 podcast guests
So, what do we have in store for season 2 of the podcast? For season two of the podcast, we have an incredible slate of guests. Here are just a few of the people and topics we’ll be engaging with.
- Lynn Cohick, an incredible New Testament scholar who has served as a dean at Wheaton College, Denver Seminary, and now Northern Seminary.
- Tim Gombis, former professor of New Testament at Grand Rapids Theological Seminary and author of several significant works.
- Elliot Clark, missionary and author of Evangelism as Exiles: Life on Mission as Strangers in Our Own Land and Mission Affirmed: Recovering the Missionary Motivation of Paul.
- Audry Frank, a cross-cultural worker and author of Covered Glory: The Face of Honor and Shame in the Muslim World.
- Narry Santos, a professor at Tyndale and the holder of two doctorates with a range of interests, including Gospel of Mark, NT Hermeneutics, Church Planting, Diaspora Missiology, and Philippine Studies, among others!
And, yes, there are others, but I won’t spoil all the surprises. :)
What will we talk about?
What are some of the things we’ll discuss this second season of the podcast?
- What is “White Theology”?
- What is Chinese House Church Theology?
- An Overlooked Motive for Doing Missions
- Travel in the New Testament World
… among other topics.
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