Monthly Archives: May 2011
How does the Old Testament fit into our lives today? And how do we take Jesus’ words that the whole Old Testament is about him? Dan suggests that the entire Old Testament reflects the great story of Jesus, using the Book of Ruth as a test case.
Dan interviews Randy Alcorn, author of Heaven, on what happens when we die, the hope of a New Earth, and common misconceptions about the afterlife. Continue reading
Matt Grubbs returns so that he and Dan can discuss the biblical understanding of the Trinity. They discuss distinctives of the doctrine, analogies that are good and bad, and implications of the Trinity. Continue reading
Is it appropriate to rejoice at the death of Osama bin Laden? More broadly, it is appropriate to rejoice when wicked people are punished? How does God feel about this? Does he find pleasure when wicked people are brought to justice? Dan discusses the tension between our longing for justice and our brokenness over our own sin.
Dan interviews Paul Louis Metzger, theology professor at Multnomah Biblical Seminary, on his commentary on the Gospel of John: When Love Comes to Town. The discussion ranges from theological topics like the Trinity to current topics like cultural engagement. Continue reading