July 27, 2019

What did Jonathan Edwards mean when he wrote that “all the world is full of types”?  Hint: types are God-placed symbols, like the sunrise as a symbol of Christ’s resurrection. My colleague Mark Devine interviews me about my book Everyday Glory, which fleshes out what this vision of all the world full of types means.  Listen in here. Read more

July 23, 2019

Dr. Michael Pasquarello, our new Methodist Chair at Beeson Divinity School, has written several books on Anglican preachers, including studies of Hugh Latimer and John Wesley. Listen to my conversation with Mike as he discusses different styles of Anglican preaching. Read more

July 18, 2019

It all started with my podcast with Fr. Ben Jefferies on the new ACNA Prayer book. Then Drew Keane, an Episcopal teacher and researcher, charged that Fr. Jefferies had wrongly asserted that the 2019 BCP perpetuated the tradition of the 1662 BCP, which is still the only official Prayer Book in the Church of England and therefore the model for the Anglican Communion. This week Fr. Jefferies responded to Mr. Keane. The exchange is worth reading.  You will learn much… Read more

July 17, 2019

Lyle Dorsett is the legendary  scholar (and Anglican priest) who did a whole book on C.S. Lewis’ spiritual life. In a recent podcast I asked Dr. Dorsett  abut Lewis’ views of prayer, spiritual direction, the Eucharist, and much more.  Lyle also talks about Lewis’ influence on his own life. Read more

July 15, 2019

Get your ticket before they are gone! Mark Kinzer, one of the world’s best messianic theologians, will challenge NT Wright, the most influential biblical scholar of this generation, on the meaning of Israel. Here are the details:   Dr. Michael Hardin is pleased to announce the first Provost Distinguished Lecture Series, featuring two public events with New Testament theologian N. T. Wright. On Sept. 9, N. T. Wright will lecture on, “Space, Time and History: Jesus and the Challenge of God,”… Read more

July 14, 2019

What does sacrifice have to do with Christian worship?  Is the latter only a commemoration of Jesus’ once-for-all sacrifice?  Or is there something more? And how are these matters treated in the new ACNA Prayer Book? Join me as I ask Prof. Matthew Olver about these things.  Prof. Olver is assistant professor of Liturgics and Pastoral Theology at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. Read more

July 13, 2019

There is still time to sign up for  “Jewish Roots of Christianity,” a conference at Samford University September 24-25, 2019. Cutting-edge scholars will present short talks on their research.  You will be able to fellowship with them and with other folks interested in this crucial set of questions. Here is the news release.  Here is another description of the conference. Read more

May 16, 2019

Sign up by June 1 to get an early bird discount to  “Jewish Roots of Christianity,” a conference at Samford University September 24-25, 2019. Cutting-edge scholars will present short talks on their research.  You will be able to fellowship with them and with other folks interested in this crucial set of questions. Here is the news release.  Here is another description of the conference. Read more

May 10, 2019

Darrell Bock is a leading NT scholar on Jesus and Paul.  He has published more than 40 books, many of them important works in the field of NT studies.  Listen to our conversation about Jewish law in the NT and the importance of the Jewish people for Christians: https://www.beesondivinity.com/the-institute-of-anglican-studies/podcast/2019/Jewish-Law-and-Jewish-People-in-the-New-Testament   Read more

May 9, 2019

Since the recent shooting of Jews in the San Diego synagogue, Jews and Christians both wondered whether Christian theology could have led to this. An Orthodox rabbi and I collaborated on an op-ed at First Things to discuss this. Read more

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