Tue, 21 February 2017
In his book Created & Creating, William Edgar offers a rich biblical theology in light of our contemporary culture that contends that Christians must engaged in culture. Dr. Edgar is Professor of Apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary. He joins us to speak about this wonderful book.
Direct download: ctc478.mp3
Category:Christ the Center -- posted at: 3:52pm CDT
Tue, 14 February 2017
The tabernacle is a premier symbol and type in the Old Testament. It demonstrates God's dwelling with his people. Lane Tipton and Camden Bucey turn to Vos's discussion and consider the redemptive-historical significance of the tabernacle. Read along on pp. 148–150.
Direct download: ctc477.mp3
Category:Christ the Center -- posted at: 5:25pm CDT
Wed, 8 February 2017
Peter Gurry speaks about a new method of textual criticism used in the latest critical editions of the New Testament.
Direct download: ctc476.mp3
Category:Christ the Center -- posted at: 11:00am CDT
Wed, 1 February 2017
Today we speak with Austin Reed about Karl Barth's theology of election. Austin is a student at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and walks us through a critical review of Karl Barth's Infralapsarian Theology: Origins and Development, 1920-1953 by Shao Kai Tseng. Tseng challenges the scholarly status quo, arguing that despite Barth's stated favor of supralapsarianism, his mature lapsarian theology is complex and dialectical. It demonstrates elements of both supra- and infralapsarianism, though it favors the latter. In Tseng's assessment, Barth's theology is basically infralapsarian because he sees the object of election as fallen humankind and understands the incarnation as God's act of taking on human nature in its condition of fallenness.
Be sure to read Austin Reed's review of Reading Barth with Charity: A Hermeneutic Proposal by George Hunsinger.
Direct download: ctc475.mp3
Category:Christ the Center -- posted at: 11:20am CDT