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Theological Education

November, 2023

What is theological education for?

Contributors
Joshua Jipp
Brad East
R. Lucas Stamps
Amy Peeler
Daniel L. Hill
Octavio J. Esqueda
Scott Swain
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Disability and the Resurrection: An Introduction
D. Christopher Ralston
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Transhumanism and the Image of God
Nathan Barczi
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Defending Shame

December, 2022

Our culture often views shame in a negative light. However, Paul’s use of shame, when properly understood and applied, has much to teach the contemporary church. Te-Li Lau examines Paul’s use of shame for moral formation within his Jewish and Greco-Roman context, compares and contrasts Paul’s use of shame with other cultural voices, and offers a corrective understanding for today’s church.

Contributors
C. John Collins
Andrew King
J. Nelson Jennings
Jackson Wu
Richard Winter
Te-Li Lau
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Augustine on the Will
Kevin Vanhoozer
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Fallenness and Flourishing: Introducing the Symposium
James Arcadi
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Sacred Earth? Norman Wirzba on Humanity’s Place in a Wounded World
Gijsbert van den Brink
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What to Do with This Life?
Vincent Bacote
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Reflections
Paul Through Modern and Medieval Eyes
April 20, 2023
For a man who died almost two millennia ago, the Apostle Paul is unusually polarizing. For some, Paul is the first and greatest theologian, the author of the “purest Gospel,” an apostle of a luminous and liberative grace.Martin Luther, Die Deutsche Bibel (Weimar: H. Böhlaus, 1931), 7:3. At the seminary where I completed my master’s…
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Series
The Goodness of Creation’s End: Beatitude and God’s Goodness
May 7, 2021
Our purpose in what follows is to help answer the following question: what do Christians mean when they confess that creation is good? This question is both timely and difficult. Admittedly, creation’s goodness is not always self-evident to us. Evils in this world are often more apparent to us than its goodness, especially in times…
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Series
The (Relative) Goodness of Our Concrete Materiality
May 7, 2021
Our purpose in what follows is to help answer the following question: what do Christians mean when they confess that creation is good? This question is both timely and difficult. Admittedly, creation’s goodness is not always self-evident to us. Evils in this world are often more apparent to us than its goodness, especially in times…
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