February 6, 2018
In this interview, hosted by Brian Donnelly-Lewis, John H. Walton, Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College, discusses his new book, “Old Testament Theology for Christians: From Ancient Context to Enduring Belief” (InterVarsity Press, 2017). Prof. Walton addresses questions concerning how Christians can read the Old Testament within its original cultural context and at the
January 30, 2018
Lynn Cohick (Wheaton College) and Amy B. Hughes (Gordon College) show from literary and material evidence how women influenced the life of the Christian movement in antiquity. As martyrs and mothers, pilgrims and preachers, figures such as Perpetua, Thecla, Monica, and Macrina shaped the Christian theological imagination from the early centuries to the present.
Joshua Searle | A Future and a Hope: Mission, Theological Education, and the Transformation of Post-Soviet Society
January 23, 2018
Dr. Joshua T. Searle is Tutor in Theology and Public Thought at Spurgeon’s College in London, and he formerly served as Dean for Global Relations at Donetsk Christian University. He is the author of numerous works and is the co-author of the work discussed in this interview, “A Future and a Hope: Mission, Theological Education,
January 20, 2018
Brent A. Strawn is Professor of Old Testament and Director of the Doctor of Ministry Program at Candler School of Theology. In this interview, hosted by Brian Donnelly-Lewis, Ph.D. Student at the University of California, Los Angeles, Dr. Strawn discusses failing and successful strategies for interpreting the Old Testament, both in antiquity and in the
January 15, 2018
Siseho Minyoi is the Director of Langham Preaching in Zambia. In this interview, Siseho discusses the mission and practice of Langham Preaching and how they’re training and equipping pastors to preach the Word of God.