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Dr. Scot McKnight gave four lectures in October at Truett Theological Seminary at Baylor University. Listen in here.

I haven’t listened yet, but they look pretty interesting. The titles are:

Lecture # 1. American Evangelicalism & the Pastor

Lecture # 2. Universalism & the Pastor

Lecture # 3. The Gospel & the Pastor

Lecture # 4. The Atonement & the Pastor

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Be warned: The conversation really heats up at about the 2:30 mark.

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Listen here.

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It’s becoming a common experience of mine that I am surprised when I see a lecture on Regent Radio that sounds incredibly boring but is actually very good. I was listening today from work & the lecture was by Hans Boersma, titled The Protestant Reformation: Gains & Losses, an individual lecture from the series, Christian Thought & Culture II. I wasn’t expecting much really, but it ended up being a real beast of a lecture. The bulk of it focused on historical reasons for the Protestant Reformation and the various effects we are feeling today from it, but he talks a good deal about Platonism, Theological interpretation of Scripture, “postmodern” evangelicalism (whatever that even means), 16th century Catholic theology, and how best to strive for the unity of the Church without being “theologically lazy”. Really, really, interesting stuff. At the end there are responses from some of the other Regent professors, but other than the first one by Don Lewis, they all kind of fall under either “I don’t really have anything to say but I should probably say something” or “you didn’t say everything, so you must be wrong (even though I don’t know at what point)”.

By the time anyone reads this, the lecture will probably be down and something else up, but you should think about giving it a listen, no matter how boring it might sound. 😉

Listen to Regent Radio here.

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Craig Koester, New Testament professor at Luther Seminary, walks through the Bible from Genesis to Revelation here. He even sings a little.

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I’m not that big on Brueggemann for the most part, but, man, are these good! Thanks to Truett Seminary (at Baylor) for making these available.

Lecture #1

Lecture #2

Lecture #3

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Fascinating, right? It’s actually pretty good, especially the second lecture.

Lecture #1

Lecture #2

Many thanks to Sussex Evangelical Ministries for making these available.

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Lecture #1

Lecture #2

Lecture #3

Lecture #4

Pretty timely, I think, seeing as Futato is academic dean at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, which has been at the center of a small hurricane lately. For those who don’t know, Bruce Waltke recently resigned as professor of Old Testament at RTS, after a video appeared of him endorsing theistic evolution, which he does not see as being in conflict with Genesis 1 to 3. I won’t comment on the ordeal, except to say that: 1) I was very surprised to see this being made this big of a deal (Waltke’s views were not secret, nor all that rare), and 2) From everything I have read, Dr. Waltke has handled the situation with humility & grace. He truly lives it.

Anyway, it’s an interesting set of lectures. I’ll leave it to others to judge whether Dr. Futato is another naive scholar who is smuggling in a “Trojan horse that, once inside our gates, must cause the entire fortress of Christian belief to fall under the humanistic sword”.

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The man can preach.

The audio is from the 2005 National Vineyard Conference. The morning devotions are all on Paul’s Epistle to the Philippians. You can check out all the speakers at the conference web page, or you can go straight to the Fee lectures below:

The Gospel of the Kingdom

Morning Devotion #1

Morning Devotion #2

Morning Devotion #3

Enjoy, & check out the Phillip Jenkins lecture too if you have time.

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