169 episodes

Great conversations with leading experts on theological, biblical, historical, and archaeological studies.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 25 Ratings

Great conversations with leading experts on theological, biblical, historical, and archaeological studies.

    Eight Million Exiles with Christopher M. Hayes

    Eight Million Exiles with Christopher M. Hayes

    There are eight million exiles in Columbia violently forced from their homes due to a 75 year civil war. Local churches are the very best resource of ministry for them.

    The post Episode 189 “Eight Million Exiles” with Christopher M. Hays first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

    • 21 min
    Is Reading the Bible Enough? with Brent Sandy

    Is Reading the Bible Enough? with Brent Sandy

    Reading the Bible in context, together with a community of believers, after diligent preparation, and in large portions is the best way of reading the Bible.

    The post Episode 188 Is Reading the Bible Enough? with Brent Sandy first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

    • 21 min
    "Nobody's Mother" with Sandra Glahn

    "Nobody's Mother" with Sandra Glahn

    In "Nobody's Mother" the role of Artemis as a nurtring goodness is questioned. Instead Paul suggest that Jesus provides safety rather than the magic of Artemis.

    The post Episode 187 “Nobody’s Mother” with Sandra Glahn first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

    • 19 min
    "Surprised by Oxford" with Carolyn Weber

    "Surprised by Oxford" with Carolyn Weber

    Surprised by Oxford is Weber's memoir of a year at Oxford. Like C. S. Lewis, she was a “reluctant convert" but relationships were key to her journey or faith.

    The post Episode 186 “Surprised by Oxford” with Carolyn Weber first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

    • 18 min
    The Saint John's Bible with John Ross

    The Saint John's Bible with John Ross

    The Saint John's Bible is the first hand-written, hand-illuminated Bible in 500 years. It was created by scholars, calligraphers, and artist around the world.

    The post Episode 185 The Saint John’s Bible with John Ross first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

    • 20 min
    "Time Has Come Today" with Jack Wisdom

    "Time Has Come Today" with Jack Wisdom

    "Time Has Come Today" states time is a gift from God. It can be wasted by slacking off or by keeping too busy. Key Greek words for time are chronos and kairos.

    The post Episode 184 “Time Has Come Today” with Jack Wisdom first appeared on Lanier Theological Library.

    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

littlegale ,

Excellent

I appreciate this podcast for the same reasons described in the other reviews. Dr. Capes hosts another podcast called Exegetically Speaking, so check that out as well. Oh, and I love Phil Keaggy guitar intro!

EGdupree ,

A+

a must-listen for anyone interested in exploring the depths of theology and discovering new authors and their works. Its engaging interviews, commitment to diversity, and accessibility make it a valuable resource for both theological enthusiasts and those just starting their journey. Prepare to be inspired, challenged, and enlightened!

ccapes ,

Great discussions on great topics.

Love the variety of topics. And love the honest discussions. Easy to listen to. Length of episodes fits easily into a commute.

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