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Naked Bible Podcast Episodes 187 and 188: Evangelical Theological Society Conference Interviews

It’s that time of year – a new round of interviews with scholars and professors at the annual meetings of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS). Here are the two episodes into which those interviews were grouped. Stay tuned for interviews from the SBL Meetings as well!

Naked Bible Podcast Episode 187: ETS Conference Interviews, Part 1

  • In this first installment we talk to Hugh Ross about his new book, Improbable Planet, and his apologetics ministry; Doug Groothuis about anti-intellectual attitudes in the believing Church; Andy Naselli about his new book on “higher life” (Keswick) theology; and Maurice Robinson about his scholarly work on the Byzantine-Majority text type of the New Testament.

Naked Bible Podcast Episode 188: ETS Conference Interviews, Part 2

  • In this second installment of ETS interviews, Mike chats with Carl Sanders and Ronn Johnson, two long-time friends. In the first part of the conversation with Carl and Ronn, we focused on their own response to “higher life” sanctification and reminisced about our academic and teaching experiences. In Part 2, Mike, Carl, and Ronn conduct a thought experiment to illustrate what biblical-theological geeks do at these meetings by asking Ronn to toss out a new view of the atonement he’s been thinking about and then probing it for strengths and weaknesses.

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Videos from Missouri Conference Uploaded to Naked Bible YouTube Channel

The videos from the conference of last October are now finished and uploaded. Thanks go to Shaun for making these possible, and to Will for recording the event!

Among the topics are videos on how Zeitgeist gets it wrong and the unfortunate story of how flawed Bible interpretation gave us flawed theories (and theology) of racial inferiority.

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