52 episodes

A podcast dedicated to exploring Christian theology from an evangelical perspective.

The Split Frame of Reference Podcast Nicholas and Allison Quient

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 41 Ratings

A podcast dedicated to exploring Christian theology from an evangelical perspective.

    Grudem on the Trinity and Women: A Critical of Systematic Theology (2nd Ed)

    Grudem on the Trinity and Women: A Critical of Systematic Theology (2nd Ed)

    Hi all! Here is a new episode of our review concernign Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology (2nd ed). We published this critical review in the peer-review journal Priscilla Papers 35.2 (2020): 19-22. You can read our more extensive review right here.

    • 47 min
    Episode 50: Say No to Abuse and Yes to Diversity: The M3ND Project and CBE International

    Episode 50: Say No to Abuse and Yes to Diversity: The M3ND Project and CBE International

    Hi all! Just a quick episode in support of two great organizations and their upcoming gatherings and conferences! Check out the M3ND Project HERE and the CBE Conference HERE!

    • 13 min
    49: Symbolism and Gender in the Book of Revelation with Rev. Dr. Dan Morrison

    49: Symbolism and Gender in the Book of Revelation with Rev. Dr. Dan Morrison

    “When you read Revelation, you should read it like a political cartoon.”
    “The harlot rides the Beast … the Bride of Christ does not.”
    If either phrase intrigues you, then you are in for a beast of a good time with us! In this episode with our good friend Rev. Dr. Dan Morrison, we talk about symbolism, hermeneutics, gender, and political theology and so much more in the complex and intricate Book of Revelation! We even ask Dan a question or two about his favorite films and tv shows and his work in weight lifting! Follow Dan on twitter and consider supporting us on Patreon! Blessings from Allison, Nick, and Nugs!

    • 1 hr 30 min
    48: Early Christians, Aspiring Young Scholars, and Twitter with Dr. Nijay K. Gupta

    48: Early Christians, Aspiring Young Scholars, and Twitter with Dr. Nijay K. Gupta

    We are back, and we have on our new friend and fellow theology geek Dr. Nijay K. Gupta. Nijay is Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary and is currently writing a book on the subject of women in the New Testament world. He has also penned numerous books and journal articles on Pauline theology. He joins us to talk about his forthcoming book, his journey into egalitarian theology, his work on Junia, and advice for future scholars and theologians. It is a wonderful conversation and we hope you love, it and share it around! You can follow Nijay on twitter here, you can check out his blog here, and you can contact him via his seminary page here.
    If you like what we are doing, consider supporting our ministry via patreon!

    • 1 hr 13 min
    47: Are Women to be Silent in the Church? Discussing 1 Cor 14:34-35 with Dr. Philip B. Payne

    47: Are Women to be Silent in the Church? Discussing 1 Cor 14:34-35 with Dr. Philip B. Payne

    Well, this episode is a deep dive into some really fascinating and complex issues! Dr. Payne is a major influence on our thinking and we were delighted to host him as he shared some stories of his life and a lot about his work in textual criticism.

    • 1 hr 41 min
    46: Double Abuse & Mending the Church with Annette Oltmans

    46: Double Abuse & Mending the Church with Annette Oltmans

    Allison and Nick talk with Annette Oltmans of THE M3ND PROJECT about double abuse in the church. If you like what we are doing and want to support this podcast, help us out on Patreon!

    • 1 hr 16 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Alex Priore ,

So informative

This podcast is well researched, filled with good interviews, and seeks to answer important questions. They dive into tough topics and give textual biblical insight.

ebergen92 ,

Great honest take on a controversial topic

Continually great takes on a controversial yet important topic

Emily K Stumpf ,

My new favorite podcast!

I admire the courage and grace of these two so much! These are not easy topics to cover, with so much controversy and division in churches over these things, but there is always a sense of love and care in this podcast. This has been an example to me as I’m trying to learn how to navigate extreme tension in these areas. Highly recommend this podcast!

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