After reading all of Peterson’s books, I wanted to discuss my reservations with his work. I find his political ethic fundamentally unchristian, his scholarship questionable, and his self-help advice boring. **Sorry the audio goes up and down. Still learning how […]
I was thinking today about Karl Barth—since it’s his birthday (May 10)—and about why I think his theology is worth reading. I remembered a great phrase from Eberhard Jüngel, who said Barth’s theology proclaims that “God” is a cheerful word. […]
This concludes my three-part series on the theological and biblical problems with penal substitution. In this video, I want to share a number of thought-provoking quotes to offer a way forward beyond PSA. I hope these will spark your imagination […]
Penal substitution is biblically problematic. In this video, I examine the proof texts frequently used in defense of PSA. This is part two of a three-part series examining why I think penal substitution must be rejected on theological and biblical […]
Penal substitution is theologically problematic. In this video, I criticize the theory and its claims about God. This is part one of a three-part series examining why I think penal substitution must be rejected on theological and biblical grounds. Part […]
In this video, I reflect on the significance of Holy Saturday in the Easter liturgy by reading four quotes from the theologian Jürgen Moltmann. Sorry, the video is a little blurry at times! I am working on a new setup […]
Comparing the doctrine of election in Karl Barth, John Calvin, Martin Luther, and Friedrich Schleiermacher.