The video recording of Providence Theological Seminary’s recent symposium on the theme of eschatological preaching is now available on YouTube. The recording features Dr. Tim Perry’s presentation “What May I Hope?: A Plea for Eschatological Preaching,” my response, and a time of discussion.
I was struck by the following comment made by a student from Myanmar who is enrolled in one of my courses: “In my country people are dying because they cannot get the vaccine; in yours people are dying because they will not take it.”
My colleague Lissa Wray Beal has recently been featured on biblical scholar Nijay Gupta’s blog as one of 30 Old Testament scholars to read and follow. Of course, I have been convinced of this for the past two and half years since taking up my position at Providence, but it’s good to see others catching on! You can read the full post here.
I’ve added my name to the list of signatories to this timely statement published by the people at Biologos.
A new review of Minding the Web has recently been posted on the Reading Religion website sponsored by the American Academy of Religion. The review, written by Calida Chu, a doctoral student at the University of Edinburgh, can be accessed here.