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New Issue of Didaskalia!

I am pleased to announce the publication of Volume 31 of Didaskalia on the theme “Engaging Scripture.” The issue features an impressive collection of peer-reviewed essays, intriguing reflections from the front lines of ministry, edifying sermons, and reviews of some of the lastest books of note. You can view the full table of contents here. As part of our continuing commitment to providing accessible theological scholarship in service of the church, we are continuing with the special promotional offer of making the issue available for the cost of postage. You can subscribe for the latest issue here. In the video below, my colleague Joshua Coutts talks about his essay from the volume, “Formed by the Word in an Age of Information.”

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Still Time to Register

There is still time to register for next week’s Symposium presented by the Biblical and Theological studies department of Providence Theological Seminary featuring my presentation “Imagining a Better Way: Towards a Theology of Transformative Preaching.” I’ve been told that there has been a great response so far and that we are quickly approaching the room capacity. (It’s amazing what a free lunch can do!) However, there is no limit to the number of people who can join on Zoom. To register, visit:
Seminary Symposium – Providence University College and Theological Seminary

Upcoming Public Event at Providence

My newest colleague Nate Wall-Bowering is going to be presenting a paper at our upcoming BTS Symposium entitled “Waters, Whisper, Thunder: What God’s Voice Sounds Like.” For an early-career scholar, Nate demonstrates an impressive breadth of learning. He is the rare Old Testament scholar who brings profound theological sensibilities to his work. His paper will draw on some of his doctoral research into the English poet John Donne’s engagement with the Old Testament. It’s not too late to register to attend the event in person at Providence or watch on Zoom this Thursday.