A podcast devoted to addressing theological figures and topics.
Keith Stanglin - After Arminius
In this episode my guest is Keith Stanglin, Professor of Scripture and Historical Theology at Austin Graduate School of Theology. He speaks with me about a new book he co-authored with Thomas McCall, After Arminius: A Historical Introduction to Arminian Theology (Oxford University Press, 2020). They are also the authors of the previous volume, Jacob Arminius: Theologian of Grace (Oxford University Press, 2012).
Mark Powell - Discipleship in Community
In this episode I speak with Mark Powell. He is professor of theology at Harding School of Theology and the author of Centered in God: The Trinity and Christian Spirituality and Papal Infallibility: A Protestant Evaluation of an Ecumenical Issue. He’s on the podcast to speak with me about a new book he co-authored with John Mark Hicks and Greg McKinzie, Discipleship in Community: A Theological Vision for the Future (ACU Press, 2020). To find out more about the book, check out this link: https://hst.edu/faculty-directory/mark-powell/tc/
Douglas Foster - Alexander Campbell
In this episode I speak with Douglas A. Foster, the former Director of the Center for Restoration Studies and Professor of Church History at Abilene Christian University. He now serves ACU as University Scholar in Residence, teaching and writing. He’s on the podcast to discuss his new book, A Life of Alexander Campbell (Eerdmans).
Lee Camp - Scandalous Witness
Lee Camp is Professor of Theology and Ethics at Lipscomb University. He is the author of Mere Discipleship: Radical Christianity in a Rebellious World (Brazos Press, 2003, 2nd ed. 2008) and Who is My Enemy?: Questions American Christians Must Face About Islam, and Themselves (Brazos Press, 2011). He is the host and creator of Tokens Show, a “theological variety show.” You can join Lee and the Tokens Show podcast at www.TokensShow.com" Today he is here to speak with me about his new book, Scandalous Witness: A Little Political Manifesto for Christians (Eerdmans, 2020): https://www.eerdmans.com/Products/7735/scandalous-witness.aspx.
Justin Bronson Barringer - The Business of War
Justin Bronson Barringer is a PhD candidate in Religious Ethics at Southern Methodist University. He is coeditor of A Faith Not Worth Fighting For: Addressing Commonly Asked Questions about Christian Nonviolence and Practicing the Kingdom: Essays on Hospitality, Community, and Friendship in Honor of Christine Pohl (forthcoming). He is co-host, with his wife Rachel, of the Rogue Ministry podcast. He’s here to speak with me about a new book that he has co-edited with James McCarty and Matthew Tapie, The Business of War: Theological and Ethical Reflections on the Military-Industrial Complex.
If you want to contact him, you can do so through his website: http://www.rogueminister.org
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Lane Scruggs - The Church as Necessary and Necessarily Derivative
In this episode I speak to Lane Scruggs, who is the Senior Pastor of Oak Park Church of Christ in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He holds the ThD from Wycliffe College and the University of Toronto, and he’s on the podcast to talk with me about his article, “The Church as Necessary and Necessarily Derivative: The Gospel and Evangelical Ecclesiology.” Canadian-American Theological Review 6.2 (2017): 15–30.
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