Do we have to follow all the commands in the New Testament? Did Paul know his words were inspired? And why doesn’t the Bible condemn slavery? Tim and Jon respond to these questions and more in this week’s Question and Response episode.
- Could it be beneficial to memorize and perform New Testament letters? (00:36)
- Did Paul craft his letters as meditation literature? (03:17)
- What was included when Paul said “all Scripture” was God-breathed? (10:11)
- What about 1 Enoch? (15:54)
- Did Paul know his letters were inspired? (19:45)
- Are the letters wisdom or commands? (33:10)
- Why doesn’t the Bible condemn owning slaves? (39:58)
- What does it mean to submit to government authorities? (48:20)
- Scot McKnight, The Blue Parakeet
- Scot McKnight, The Letter to Philemon (The New International Commentary on the New Testament)
- Esau McCaulley, Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope
- Defender Instrumental by Tents
Show produced by Dan Gummel and Camden McAfee. Audience questions collected by Christopher Maier.
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