Faith, life, and theology come together in this weekly look into the people and ideas that shape Regent College.
#138 Violence in the Old Testament - with Dr. Matthew Lynch
Today we're tackling a perennially challenging question: what's up with the violence, vengeance, and bloodshed in the Old Testament? Our guest today is Dr. Matt Lynch, Regent's Assistant Professor of Old Testament and author of Portraying Violence in...
#137 Reimagining church success - with Christopher Smith
Today we're talking about slow church with Chris Smith, editor of The Englewood Review of Books and author of How the Body of Christ Talks: Recovering The Practice of Conversation in the Church. What is slow church? Can mega-churches embrace the...
#136 Broken raging hearts before God - with Dr. David O. Taylor
Today we're talking about the Psalms with Regent alumnus W. David O. Taylor, who serves as an Associate Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Seminary and Director of Brehm Texas. What do the Psalms––especially the unsettling ones––bring to the...
# 135 Questions about the Old Testament Ep 3 - with Dr. Mark Glanville
Today we're chatting with Mark Glanville, Regent's Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology. An Old Testament scholar and a practiced pastor, Mark is used to answering hard questions about the Bible––so we asked them! How could God command Israel to...
#134 The pursuit of happiness - with Dr. Ellen T. Charry
Do we have to choose between being good and being happy? That's our question for Ellen T. Charry, the Margaret W. Harmon Professor of Systematic Theology Emerita at Princeton Theological Seminary. What's the difference between happiness and joy? Does...
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Such a privilege
Regent boasts such an amazing faculty and to be able to listen in on more casual conversations through these podcasts is fantastic. Keep them coming!
I really want to listen to this show more often, because they have a lot of great scholars on it. But every time I have to force myself to listen to Octavio. He is just so annoying. I feel like he turns down the quality of the show every time, and does not even realize it.
Great series. I want more!!!
I was a student at Regent back in the day. These podcasts give a little snapshot of some great teaching. But there's not enough! Keep adding more!