ReligionProf Podcast with Tripp Fuller (Divine Self-Investment)

ReligionProf Podcast with Tripp Fuller (Divine Self-Investment) November 17, 2020

There’s a new episode of the ReligionProf Podcast featuring theologian and fellow podcaster Tripp Fuller. The starting point for our conversation is his latest book, Divine Self-Investment: An Open and Relational Constructive Christology. I also ask him about his most recent endeavors which have taken him to Edinburgh in Scotland. But the main focus of our conversation is one that is also a major focus of his book, namely the question of how the task that he is most focused on, theology, relates to the kind of work I do in biblical studies and in particular on the subject of the historical Jesus.

There’s more on this topic on Tripp’s podcast Homebrewed Christianity. He has also shared this podcast there as an episode, and spoken about the death of Terence Fretheim. Bob Cornwall has also reviewed Tripp’s book.

Also of possible interest on the subjects of Christology, the historical Jesus, and God:

History for Atheists on MythVision

What do we know about who wrote the New Testament Gospels? (1)

What do we know about who wrote the New Testament Gospels? (2)

Melchizedek: Davidic priest-king to the nations

Fall 2020 CTU -Shapiro Lecture- A Jewish View of Contemporary Ideas of the Trinity

Did Paul’s proclamation of one Lord Jesus Christ compromise Jewish monotheism?

Pre-incarnate Bling in the Christ-Hymn (Philippians 2:5-11)

On the blog Weekend Fisher there are discussions of the doctrine of the Trinity, why the Holy Spirit was not a driving force in the development of that doctrine, the idea of the Son as “begotten not made,” and Trinity, Authority, and Proof Texts.

Jesus the Spirit-baptizer shows us what the Spirit-filled life is like–Mark 1:8-13 (12 min)

Ancient Christian Origins: A Heterogeneous History

The greatest and first commandment … and a second, like it (Matt 22)

Who are the Sinners Who Eat with Jesus? – Matthew 9:10

Turning from idols to serve God

One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism

Christopher Wright on the Trinity in the Old Testament and the Creation Mandate

The greatest commandment and David’s lord in Matthew 22

Michael the Great Prince and Saviour of Israel

Keith Ward: Sharing in the Divine Nature

Does God Have a Form?

Exorcising the Ghosts of Jesus Past

Walking humbly with Jesus

Discussing Jesus Mythicism, Apocalyptic Paul, and Penal Substitution

podcast 307 – Two Readings of Mark – popular or esoteric? – Part 3

The Name of God

The king who would be god: Jesus as blasphemous pagan king

Some Thoughts on Identity in Christ

Emergence in science and theology

Review: How to Talk About Jesus (Without Being That Guy) by Sam Chan

Christian Nationalist “Patriot Churches” Are Popping Up Around the Country

Ben Witherington did a multi-part interview with Richard Bauckham about a recent book about God. Here are some of the parts of that, all of which can be found on Ben’s blog.

Who is God?– Part Five

Who is God?– Part Seven

Who is God?– Part Nine

Who is God?– Part Ten

Who is God?– Part Eleven

Who Is God?— Part Twelve

Steven Duby on Divine Simplicity, Christology, and Theological Knowledge

The Soul is Not a Thing, but it Most Certainly is Real

The Thinkers Who Tried To Strip Metaphysics From Philosophy

The Reception of John Mark

SBL Paper on “Justin Martyr and the Fourfold Gospel” Uploaded Online

The continuing relevance of Jesus’ parables

Reconsider Jesus – Lord of the Sabbath (Mark 2:23-28)

The Wounded, Wounding God

Reconsider Jesus – The Healer (Mark 1:29-45)

Reconsider Jesus – The Bridegroom and the New Wine (Mark 2:18-22)

Reconsider Jesus – The Forgiver of Sins (Mark 2:1-12)

Reconsider Jesus – Calling the Tax Collector (Mark 2:13-17)

Jesus Has Authority Over Sin – Matthew 9:1-2

Sin and Sickness – Matthew 9:1-8

Is Matthew the same as Levi? Matthew 9:9

Jesus Calls Matthew to Follow Him – Matthew 9:9

The coming Lord

Let Us Worship Other Gods

The Scandalous Gospel of Jesus– Peter Gomes

An Unconventional God– the Spirit according to Jesus, Part One

An Unconventional God– Part Three

Can God Change without Changing?

Discipleship and John Wesley

Jesus and Samson: The Remarkable Parallels


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