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Matthew Bates, Matthew Lynch, Erin Heim, Dru Johnson, Amy Brown Hughes, & Chris Tilling

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Matthew Bates, Matthew Lynch, Erin Heim, Dru Johnson, Amy Brown Hughes, & Chris Tilling

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Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 2)

Episode: Chris Tilling presents his work on Karl Barth’s Romans commentary. He argues that Barth’s reading of Romans is worth the attention of biblical scholars,even thoughBarth is a systematic theologian. Go figure! This is part 2 of a 2-part episode. Host:Chris Tilling is Graduate Tutor and Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies at St Mellitus College. Chris co-authoredHow God Became Jesus(Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2014) with Michael Bird (ed.), Craig Evans, Simon Gathercole, and Charles Hill. He is also the editor ofBeyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul(Eugene, Or: Cascade, 2014). Chris’s first book, the critically acclaimedPaul’s Divine Christology(Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012), is now republished with multiple endorsements and a new Foreword, by Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2015). He is presently co-editing theT&T Clark Companion to Christology(forthcoming, 2020), and writing the NICNT commentary on theSecond Epistle to the Corinthians(Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,forthcoming). Chris has published numerous articles on topics relating to the Apostle Paul, Christology, justification, the historical Jesus, Paul S. Fiddes, Karl Barth, the theology of Hans Küng, and more besides. He has appeared as a media figure for Biologos, GCI, Eerdmans, Wipf & Stock, and HTB’s School of Theology. He has organised public theology lectures as well as theology conferences, and he enjoys playing golf and chess, now working as editor for a couple of chess publishing houses. He is married to Anja and has two children. Give:Help support OnScript as we grow and develop. ClickHERE.

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Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 2)

Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 1)

Episode: Chris Tilling presents his work on Karl Barth’s Romans commentary. He argues that Barth’s reading of Romans is worth the attention of biblical scholars,even thoughBarth is a systematic theologian. Go figure!This is part 1 of a 2-part episode. Host:Chris Tilling is Graduate Tutor and Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies at St Mellitus College. Chris co-authoredHow God Became Jesus(Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2014) with Michael Bird (ed.), Craig Evans, Simon Gathercole, and Charles Hill. He is also the editor ofBeyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul(Eugene, Or: Cascade, 2014). Chris’s first book, the critically acclaimedPaul’s Divine Christology(Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012), is now republished with multiple endorsements and a new Foreword, by Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2015). He is presently co-editing theT&T Clark Companion to Christology(forthcoming, 2020), and writing the NICNT commentary on theSecond Epistle to the Corinthians(Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,forthcoming). Chris has published numerous articles on topics relating to the Apostle Paul, Christology, justification, the historical Jesus, Paul S. Fiddes, Karl Barth, the theology of Hans Küng, and more besides. He has appeared as a media figure for Biologos, GCI, Eerdmans, Wipf & Stock, and HTB’s School of Theology. He has organised public theology lectures as well as theology conferences, and he enjoys playing golf and chess, now working as editor for a couple of chess publishing houses. He is married to Anja and has two children. Give:Help support OnScript as we grow and develop. ClickHERE.

38 MIN6 d ago
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Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 1)

Philip Ziegler – Militant Grace

Episode: Philip Ziegler joins Erin Heim to discuss apocalyptic theology, Pauline literature, and the implications of both for Christian discipleship. They discuss Ziegler’s new book, Militant Grace, which constitutes a serious theological engagement and response to the apocalyptic turn in Pauline studies. Along the way, Professor Ziegler shares with us the influence friends and mentors like J. Louis Martyn have had on him both personally and professionally. Guest (from the University of Aberdeen): Philip Ziegler holds a doctorate from the University of Toronto / Victoria University, where he studied systematic and historical theology, ecumenics and the philosophy of religion at several member colleges of the Toronto School of Theology. He was ordained to the Order of Ministry of the United Church of Canada in 1996. During 2000/1 he was a Junior Fellow of Massey College in the University of Toronto. After holding a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Princeton University’s Center f...

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Seth Heringer – Theology and History

Episode:Seth Heringer’s Uniting History and Theology (Fortress Press) argues that Christians do not need to use the historical-critical method to make historical claims but should instead write boldly Christian history. By using the historical method, grounded as it is in an incomplete understating of German historicism, they close off investigation of the past from the aesthetic and, importantly, from God. This is why 20th-century Christian scholarship has failed to unite history and theology. Instead of relying on the historical method as the primary way to think about past events, Christians need to reimage what historical work entails. Heringer thus presents a Christian approach to history that dialogues with recent developments in historical theory. Guest:Dr Seth Heringer (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of theology and scripture at Toccoa Falls College. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member of both Fuller Theological Seminary and Azusa Pacific U...

49 MINOCT 15
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Seth Heringer – Theology and History

Q&A – Matt Lynch and Matt Bates

Episode:You’ve spoken. We’ve listened. You’ve asked for more episodes giving a window into the secret lives of OnScript co-hosts. Or at least, you’ve asked us to allow more time for chat between hosts. So we’ll try to do a bit more of that. In this episode, Matt Lynch and Matt Bates, the co-founders of OnScript, ask each other questions about Paul, hell, life, violence, divine-human appearances in the OT, faith as allegiance, Matt B.’s new book, books we’ve read, and more. Enjoy, and share the word! Hosts: Matt Bates (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame) is Assistant Professor of Theology at Quincy University. He writes with a posture of faith seeking understanding, with a desire to serve the church, academy, and any reader of goodwill. He’s the author of Gospel Allegiance (Brazos, 2019), Salvation by Allegiance Alone(Baker Academic, 2017) is now available for order. His recentThe Birth of the Trinity(Oxford University Press, 2015) focuses on how certain reading strategies helpe...

66 MINOCT 1
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Q&A – Matt Lynch and Matt Bates

Sharon Ketcham – Reciprocal Church

Episode: What is the relationship between the individual Christian and the community of faith? How do we navigate the pendulum swings between an overemphasis on the individual at the expense of community and an overemphasis on community at the expense of the individual? In this episode, OnScript host Amy Brown Hughes talks with her colleague Sharon Ketcham about her new bookReciprocal Church:Becoming a Community Where Faith Flourishes Beyond High School,how often we talk about faith as a “product,” what theological anthropology must undergird our ecclesiology, and where hope lies in the future of the church. Guest: Sharon Galgay Ketcham is professor of theology and Christian ministries at Gordon College in Massachusetts. She earned her Ph.D. in theology and education from Boston College. Sharon’s two decades of experience in ministry include serving the local church, researching, writing, teaching, and mentoring. As a practical theologian, she is a scholar for the Church and invi...

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Sharon Ketcham – Reciprocal Church

Joseph Gordon – Divine Scripture in Human Understanding

Episode: We all know that for Christians, Scripture is crucial–it’s the lifeblood of the church. But when we press deeper, what is it? What do words like authority and inspiration mean? How does the Bible best fit into a broader Christian theology? Joseph K. Gordon joins OnScript host Matthew Bates to talk about Joe’s exciting new book, Divine Scripture in Human Understanding. Guest: Joseph K. Gordon is Associate Professor of Theology at Johnson University in Knoxville, Tennessee. His research and theological reflection have focused on questions about the history, nature, and purposes of Christian Scripture, on theological anthropology, and on theologies of history. Divine Scripture in Human Understanding is his first book. He has published articles in Theological Studies,Nova et Vetera, Method: A Journal of Lonergan Studies,The Stone-Campbell Journal,andThe Lonergan Review. He is currently writing an introduction to the life and thought of Bernard Lonergan for the Cascade Compan...

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Joseph Gordon – Divine Scripture in Human Understanding

(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt 2

Theology Track Episode: Live from Nashotah House, WI (3rd year running), here’s part 2 of our interview with Fr John Behr. Amy Brown Hughes talks with Fr John Behr about Origen and all things Patristic. In addition to more of the interview, we’ve got some Q&A in this episode. If you missed Part 1, visit HERE. Guest: The Very Reverend Dr John Behr is a British Eastern Orthodox priest and theologian. He is the former Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, where he is currently the Director of the Master of Theology Program and the Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He was ordained to the diaconate on September 8, 2001 and the priesthood on September 14, 2001. He is the editor of the Patristic Series released by St. Vladimir’s Press. He was elected dean of the seminary on November 18, 2006, and served as dean from 2007 until 2017, when he was named Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He’s the author of numerou...

48 MINSEP 2
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(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt 2

(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt1

Theology Track Episode: Live from Nashotah House, WI (3rd year running), we’ve got a two-part interview. Amy Brown Hughes talks with Fr John Behr about Origen and all things Patristic. This episode requires theological safety gear, helmet, orange cones, … everything. Enjoy part 1! Guest: The Very Reverend Dr John Behr is a British Eastern Orthodox priest and theologian. He is the former Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, where he is currently the Director of the Master of Theology Program and the Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He was ordained to the diaconate on September 8, 2001 and the priesthood on September 14, 2001. He is the editor of the Patristic Series released by St. Vladimir’s Press. He was elected dean of the seminary on November 18, 2006, and served as dean from 2007 until 2017, when he was named Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He’s the author of numerous books, including translatio...

44 MINAUG 27
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(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt1

Darren Sarisky – Reading the Bible Theologically

Episode:Erin Heim and Chris Tilling interview Darren Sarisky about his recent bookReading the Bible Theologically(Cambridge). Guest: Darren Sarisky is Departmental Lecturer in Modern Theology at the University of Oxford (Trinity College). He works in the area of Christian doctrine or systematic theology. His primary research specialization is theological hermeneutics of the Bible, that is, the interconnection between biblical reading and Christian doctrine. In this work, Dr Sarisky brings theological insights from early Christian theologians into conversation with voices from our own day. He has also written on theologies of retrieval, which are approaches to theology that make significant recourse to classic texts from within the Christian tradition. Dr Sarisky has recently completed his second monograph,Reading the Bible Theologically, which is part of the Current Issues series from Cambridge University Press. The subject of the book is the nature of theological interpretation. Th...

55 MINAUG 20
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Darren Sarisky – Reading the Bible Theologically

Latest Episodes

Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 2)

Episode: Chris Tilling presents his work on Karl Barth’s Romans commentary. He argues that Barth’s reading of Romans is worth the attention of biblical scholars,even thoughBarth is a systematic theologian. Go figure! This is part 2 of a 2-part episode. Host:Chris Tilling is Graduate Tutor and Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies at St Mellitus College. Chris co-authoredHow God Became Jesus(Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2014) with Michael Bird (ed.), Craig Evans, Simon Gathercole, and Charles Hill. He is also the editor ofBeyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul(Eugene, Or: Cascade, 2014). Chris’s first book, the critically acclaimedPaul’s Divine Christology(Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012), is now republished with multiple endorsements and a new Foreword, by Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2015). He is presently co-editing theT&T Clark Companion to Christology(forthcoming, 2020), and writing the NICNT commentary on theSecond Epistle to the Corinthians(Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,forthcoming). Chris has published numerous articles on topics relating to the Apostle Paul, Christology, justification, the historical Jesus, Paul S. Fiddes, Karl Barth, the theology of Hans Küng, and more besides. He has appeared as a media figure for Biologos, GCI, Eerdmans, Wipf & Stock, and HTB’s School of Theology. He has organised public theology lectures as well as theology conferences, and he enjoys playing golf and chess, now working as editor for a couple of chess publishing houses. He is married to Anja and has two children. Give:Help support OnScript as we grow and develop. ClickHERE.

32 MIN3 d ago
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Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 2)

Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 1)

Episode: Chris Tilling presents his work on Karl Barth’s Romans commentary. He argues that Barth’s reading of Romans is worth the attention of biblical scholars,even thoughBarth is a systematic theologian. Go figure!This is part 1 of a 2-part episode. Host:Chris Tilling is Graduate Tutor and Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies at St Mellitus College. Chris co-authoredHow God Became Jesus(Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2014) with Michael Bird (ed.), Craig Evans, Simon Gathercole, and Charles Hill. He is also the editor ofBeyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul(Eugene, Or: Cascade, 2014). Chris’s first book, the critically acclaimedPaul’s Divine Christology(Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012), is now republished with multiple endorsements and a new Foreword, by Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2015). He is presently co-editing theT&T Clark Companion to Christology(forthcoming, 2020), and writing the NICNT commentary on theSecond Epistle to the Corinthians(Grand Rapids: Eerdmans,forthcoming). Chris has published numerous articles on topics relating to the Apostle Paul, Christology, justification, the historical Jesus, Paul S. Fiddes, Karl Barth, the theology of Hans Küng, and more besides. He has appeared as a media figure for Biologos, GCI, Eerdmans, Wipf & Stock, and HTB’s School of Theology. He has organised public theology lectures as well as theology conferences, and he enjoys playing golf and chess, now working as editor for a couple of chess publishing houses. He is married to Anja and has two children. Give:Help support OnScript as we grow and develop. ClickHERE.

38 MIN6 d ago
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Chris Tilling – Barth on Romans (Part 1)

Philip Ziegler – Militant Grace

Episode: Philip Ziegler joins Erin Heim to discuss apocalyptic theology, Pauline literature, and the implications of both for Christian discipleship. They discuss Ziegler’s new book, Militant Grace, which constitutes a serious theological engagement and response to the apocalyptic turn in Pauline studies. Along the way, Professor Ziegler shares with us the influence friends and mentors like J. Louis Martyn have had on him both personally and professionally. Guest (from the University of Aberdeen): Philip Ziegler holds a doctorate from the University of Toronto / Victoria University, where he studied systematic and historical theology, ecumenics and the philosophy of religion at several member colleges of the Toronto School of Theology. He was ordained to the Order of Ministry of the United Church of Canada in 1996. During 2000/1 he was a Junior Fellow of Massey College in the University of Toronto. After holding a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at Princeton University’s Center f...

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Philip Ziegler – Militant Grace

Seth Heringer – Theology and History

Episode:Seth Heringer’s Uniting History and Theology (Fortress Press) argues that Christians do not need to use the historical-critical method to make historical claims but should instead write boldly Christian history. By using the historical method, grounded as it is in an incomplete understating of German historicism, they close off investigation of the past from the aesthetic and, importantly, from God. This is why 20th-century Christian scholarship has failed to unite history and theology. Instead of relying on the historical method as the primary way to think about past events, Christians need to reimage what historical work entails. Heringer thus presents a Christian approach to history that dialogues with recent developments in historical theory. Guest:Dr Seth Heringer (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) is assistant professor of theology and scripture at Toccoa Falls College. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member of both Fuller Theological Seminary and Azusa Pacific U...

49 MINOCT 15
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Seth Heringer – Theology and History

Q&A – Matt Lynch and Matt Bates

Episode:You’ve spoken. We’ve listened. You’ve asked for more episodes giving a window into the secret lives of OnScript co-hosts. Or at least, you’ve asked us to allow more time for chat between hosts. So we’ll try to do a bit more of that. In this episode, Matt Lynch and Matt Bates, the co-founders of OnScript, ask each other questions about Paul, hell, life, violence, divine-human appearances in the OT, faith as allegiance, Matt B.’s new book, books we’ve read, and more. Enjoy, and share the word! Hosts: Matt Bates (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame) is Assistant Professor of Theology at Quincy University. He writes with a posture of faith seeking understanding, with a desire to serve the church, academy, and any reader of goodwill. He’s the author of Gospel Allegiance (Brazos, 2019), Salvation by Allegiance Alone(Baker Academic, 2017) is now available for order. His recentThe Birth of the Trinity(Oxford University Press, 2015) focuses on how certain reading strategies helpe...

66 MINOCT 1
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Q&A – Matt Lynch and Matt Bates

Sharon Ketcham – Reciprocal Church

Episode: What is the relationship between the individual Christian and the community of faith? How do we navigate the pendulum swings between an overemphasis on the individual at the expense of community and an overemphasis on community at the expense of the individual? In this episode, OnScript host Amy Brown Hughes talks with her colleague Sharon Ketcham about her new bookReciprocal Church:Becoming a Community Where Faith Flourishes Beyond High School,how often we talk about faith as a “product,” what theological anthropology must undergird our ecclesiology, and where hope lies in the future of the church. Guest: Sharon Galgay Ketcham is professor of theology and Christian ministries at Gordon College in Massachusetts. She earned her Ph.D. in theology and education from Boston College. Sharon’s two decades of experience in ministry include serving the local church, researching, writing, teaching, and mentoring. As a practical theologian, she is a scholar for the Church and invi...

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Sharon Ketcham – Reciprocal Church

Joseph Gordon – Divine Scripture in Human Understanding

Episode: We all know that for Christians, Scripture is crucial–it’s the lifeblood of the church. But when we press deeper, what is it? What do words like authority and inspiration mean? How does the Bible best fit into a broader Christian theology? Joseph K. Gordon joins OnScript host Matthew Bates to talk about Joe’s exciting new book, Divine Scripture in Human Understanding. Guest: Joseph K. Gordon is Associate Professor of Theology at Johnson University in Knoxville, Tennessee. His research and theological reflection have focused on questions about the history, nature, and purposes of Christian Scripture, on theological anthropology, and on theologies of history. Divine Scripture in Human Understanding is his first book. He has published articles in Theological Studies,Nova et Vetera, Method: A Journal of Lonergan Studies,The Stone-Campbell Journal,andThe Lonergan Review. He is currently writing an introduction to the life and thought of Bernard Lonergan for the Cascade Compan...

-1 sSEP 17
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Joseph Gordon – Divine Scripture in Human Understanding

(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt 2

Theology Track Episode: Live from Nashotah House, WI (3rd year running), here’s part 2 of our interview with Fr John Behr. Amy Brown Hughes talks with Fr John Behr about Origen and all things Patristic. In addition to more of the interview, we’ve got some Q&A in this episode. If you missed Part 1, visit HERE. Guest: The Very Reverend Dr John Behr is a British Eastern Orthodox priest and theologian. He is the former Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, where he is currently the Director of the Master of Theology Program and the Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He was ordained to the diaconate on September 8, 2001 and the priesthood on September 14, 2001. He is the editor of the Patristic Series released by St. Vladimir’s Press. He was elected dean of the seminary on November 18, 2006, and served as dean from 2007 until 2017, when he was named Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He’s the author of numerou...

48 MINSEP 2
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(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt 2

(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt1

Theology Track Episode: Live from Nashotah House, WI (3rd year running), we’ve got a two-part interview. Amy Brown Hughes talks with Fr John Behr about Origen and all things Patristic. This episode requires theological safety gear, helmet, orange cones, … everything. Enjoy part 1! Guest: The Very Reverend Dr John Behr is a British Eastern Orthodox priest and theologian. He is the former Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, where he is currently the Director of the Master of Theology Program and the Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He was ordained to the diaconate on September 8, 2001 and the priesthood on September 14, 2001. He is the editor of the Patristic Series released by St. Vladimir’s Press. He was elected dean of the seminary on November 18, 2006, and served as dean from 2007 until 2017, when he was named Father Georges Florovsky Distinguished Professor of Patristics. He’s the author of numerous books, including translatio...

44 MINAUG 27
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(Theology) Fr John Behr – Origen and the Early Church, Pt1

Darren Sarisky – Reading the Bible Theologically

Episode:Erin Heim and Chris Tilling interview Darren Sarisky about his recent bookReading the Bible Theologically(Cambridge). Guest: Darren Sarisky is Departmental Lecturer in Modern Theology at the University of Oxford (Trinity College). He works in the area of Christian doctrine or systematic theology. His primary research specialization is theological hermeneutics of the Bible, that is, the interconnection between biblical reading and Christian doctrine. In this work, Dr Sarisky brings theological insights from early Christian theologians into conversation with voices from our own day. He has also written on theologies of retrieval, which are approaches to theology that make significant recourse to classic texts from within the Christian tradition. Dr Sarisky has recently completed his second monograph,Reading the Bible Theologically, which is part of the Current Issues series from Cambridge University Press. The subject of the book is the nature of theological interpretation. Th...

55 MINAUG 20
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Darren Sarisky – Reading the Bible Theologically
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