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Hands on Apologetics
01 Feb 23 – William Albrecht: Christology in the Bible and Fathers

Hands on Apologetics

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 51:01


Today's Topics: 1) Finding the Fallacy: Appeal to Motive Meet the Early Church Fathers: Epitaph of Pectorius 2, 3, 4) Interview

Expositors Collective
Learning from Pastor Augustine with Shane Angland + Ian Clary

Expositors Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 42:31


What should contemporary preachers and pastors learn from the influential early Christian leader Augustine, was a prominent theologian and philosopher, who played a significant role in shaping Western philosophy and Christianity through his influential writings. He is considered a major figure among the Church Fathers of the Latin Church during the Patristic Period. His notable works include "The City of God," "On Christian Doctrine," and "Confessions."Shane Angland and Ian Clary join Mike to discuss the influence of Austine on their personal lives and ministries, and also how J.I. Packer used Augustine's commentary on John to help restore the struggling faith of one of Ian's mentors. While Augustine is commonly recognized as a philosopher, theologian and preacher, Shane and Ian argue that it is also important to take note of his role as a pastor and carer of souls. Shane Angland is currently a teaching elder at Ennis Evangelical Church, Ireland. He has served as a missionary in Ukraine and is a Th.M. graduate from Dallas Theological Seminary with an emphasis in historical theology.Dr. Ian Clary is a native of Canada; most recently he lived in Toronto, Ontario, where he served as a minister at West Toronto Baptist Church. He taught at various institutions in Canada, including Redeemer University College and Heritage College and he continues to lecture at Munster Bible College in Cork, Ireland.Ian's doctoral work looked at issues dealing with the Christian interpretation of history with a particular focus on early-modern British evangelicalism. His master's work looked at the reception history of patristics into the post-Reformation period with a focus on Christology.Suggested Links: God Crowns His Own Gifts: Augustine, Grace, and the Monks of Hadrumetum https://hesedandemet.com/product/god-crowns-his-own-gifts-augustine-grace-and-the-monks-of-hadrumetum/ Be sure to subscribe to the Into Theology podcast for Ian's journey through Augustine's Confessions: https://ca.thegospelcoalition.org/into-theology/Recommended Episodes: Shane Angland: The Problem and Promise of Preaching : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/7/7/the-problem-and-the-promise-of-preaching-shane-angland Ian Clary : Learning from the Puritans : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2020/5/14/episode-107-learning-from-the-puritans Bryan Chapell : Pulpit Flourish vs Pastoral Care : https://www.expositorscollective.com/podcast/2022/9/13/pulpit-flourish-vs-pastoral-care-with-bryan-chappell

Just and Sinner Podcast
The Communication of Attributes in Scripture (Intro to Christology)

Just and Sinner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 61:51


This episode in our Christology series covers the communication of attributes as described in Holy Scripture through an explanation of the ideas of the seventeenth century orthodox.

Verity by Phylicia Masonheimer
098 | Did Jesus Really Claim to Be God?

Verity by Phylicia Masonheimer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 33:20


In this episode of the systematic theology mini-series, Phylicia looks at christology. Why does it matter that Jesus is human AND divine? Did He exist before He came to earth, and if so why? Did Jesus make a claim to be God or was that made up by His disciples? All these and more anwered in this episode of the Every Woman a Theologian launch series!   This episode is based on chapter four of the book. Preorder here and grab you free bonuses! https://everywomanatheologian.com

Church Society podcast
Podcast S10E02: Heresy Half Hour: Christology

Church Society podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 33:19


Chris Moore and Lee Gatiss tackle another set of heresies, this week looking at different ways of getting the doctrine of Christ wrong.

Theology In Particular
Episode 77: IRBS UK: The Carey Conference

Theology In Particular

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 31:42


In this podcast Dr. Renihan records a conversation from a conference in England with three brothers involved in IRBS UK. They discuss the conference lectures and some questions raised by how Christology is presented in many of our favorite hymns.

New Books Network
Wayne Baxter, "Divine Shepherd Christology in the Gospel of Matthew" (Fortress Academic, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 25:26


The Gospel of Matthew presents Jesus as ‘Shepherd. ' Is this theme part of the Gospel's divine Christology? Wayne Baxter, by exploring shepherd imagery in the Hebrew Bible and the literature of Second Temple Judaism, answers, ‘Yes!'  Tune in as we speak with Wayne Baxter about his recent book, Divine Shepherd Christology in the Gospel of Matthew (Fortress Academic, 2022). Wayne Baxter is professor of New Testament and Greek at Heritage College and Seminary in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. Michael Morales is Professor of Biblical Studies at Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, and the author of The Tabernacle Pre-Figured: Cosmic Mountain Ideology in Genesis and Exodus(Peeters, 2012), Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord?: A Biblical Theology of Leviticus(IVP Academic, 2015), and Exodus Old and New: A Biblical Theology of Redemption (IVP Academic, 2020). He can be reached at mmorales@gpts.edu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Encounter Church
CHRISTOLOGY - Intro To Christology - Hunter Howard

Encounter Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2023 36:51


CHRISTOLOGY - Intro To Christology - Hunter Howard by Encounter Church

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast
260: Did Song of Solomon Influence NT Christology?

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 26:10


This week's episode of the Biblical Unitarian Podcast asks if the erotic Song of Solomon had any influence on Jesus' self-understanding and on the NT portrayal of the Jewish Messiah. Our study looks for traces of influence of the Song of Solomon upon Jesus' role as the bridegroom and his interaction with two women in the Gospel of John. Please consider supporting this Podcast and future projects by donating at: https://www.paypal.me/10mintruthtalks          To view the notes from this episode please click the link below: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Wc2qMOAmc65reCSUlIQD-zGNAOaVxlFBNeCyJjiaXGg/edit?usp=sharing          Check out some of my videos on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG5H6oqEnhFjdUryhDOYSvQ 

Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture
Portrayals of Committed Christians in Hollywood Media (with Thomas Sieberhagen)

Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 26:52 Transcription Available


How are committed Christians portrayed in Hollywood media? It's more complicated than you might think. They are often presented as foolish characters, but the bible has different categories of fools that it speaks to. What is the holy fool, and how is that person portrayed in films and TV? Join Scott as he discusses this and more with our guest Thomas Sieberhagen, pastor, community arts center director and doctoral student living in Belgium. Thomas Sieberhagen lives and works in Belgium where he pastors a church and runs a community arts center. He's a PhD student at Leuven University in Belgium where he is researching subversive art and Christology.==========Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith and Culture is a podcast from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University, which offers degrees both online and on campus in Southern California.   Read a transcript of this episode at: https://www.biola.edu/blogs/think-biblically/2023/portrayals-of-committed-christians-in-hollywood-media.   Find all episodes of Think Biblically at: https://www.biola.edu/think-biblically   Watch video episodes at: https://bit.ly/think-biblically-video   

Encounter Church
CHRISTOLOGY - 7 ways to pray 7 - Praying God's Attributes

Encounter Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 43:10


CHRISTOLOGY - 7 ways to pray 7 - Praying God's Attributes by Encounter Church

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast
259: How Proverbs 9 Influenced NT Christology

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 31:49


This episode of the Biblical Unitarian Podcast explores how the Jewish sages portrayed personified wisdom alongside personified folly in Proverbs chapter 9. We then turn to note the many ways that this illustration of God's wisdom impacted the historical Jesus and the early Church in their messianic understandings, namely by seeing Jesus as the embodiment of Lady Wisdom. Please consider supporting this Podcast and future projects by donating at: https://www.paypal.me/10mintruthtalks         To view the notes from this episode please click the link below: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nxbQB32e4esxSEH8U3xTSnuMtVCbzQndWda48t6pp_A/edit?usp=sharing         Check out some of my videos on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG5H6oqEnhFjdUryhDOYSvQ 

Encounter Church
Christology - 7 Ways To Pray 6 - Trinity Prayer - Hunter Howard

Encounter Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 54:14


7 ways to pray part 6

Reformed Forum
Introducing and Interpreting Karl Barth

Reformed Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 61:24


Jim Cassidy and Camden Bucey bring in the New Year with a discussion of bible reading plans, tools, and strategies. They preview several of the projects that lay ahead at Reformed Forum, including a new course on the theology of Karl Barth. Dr. Cassidy introduces a list of recommended reading on Karl Barth and different interpretations of the theologian's theology before speaking about Barth's unique Christology. Recommended Reading on Karl Barth Karl Barth, Church Dogmatics Karl Barth, Der Römerbrief; The Epistle to the Romans Cornelius Van Til, Christianity and Barthianism Cornelius Van Til, The New Modernism: An Appraisal of the Theology of Barth and Brunner James Cassidy, God's Time for Us George Hunsinger, How to Read Karl Barth: The Shape of His Theology Bruce McCormack, Karl Barth's Critically Realistic Dialectical Theology: Its Genesis and Development 1909–1936 Bruce McCormack, “Grace and Being: The Role of God's Gracious Election in Karl Barth's Theological Ontology” in The Cambridge Companion to Karl Barth Eberhard Busch, Karl Barth: His Life from Letters and Autobiographical Texts Christiane Tietz, Karl Barth: A Life in Conflict Tyler J. Frick, Karl Barth's Ontology of Divine Grace Bruce McCormack, The Humility of the Eternal Son: Reformed Kenoticism and the Repair of Chalcedon Paul T. Nimmo, Being in Action: The Theological Shape of Barth's Ethical Vision

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast
258: How Proverbs 8 Influenced NT Christology

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 43:10


Proverbs chapter eight contains the most heightened picture of personified wisdom within the Hebrew Bible. This episode of the Biblical Unitarian Podcast examines this chapter, discusses the portrayal of Lady Wisdom, and explores how the New Testament authors understood Jesus Christ as embodying many of personified wisdom's characteristics.  Please consider supporting this Podcast and future projects by donating at: https://www.paypal.me/10mintruthtalks        To view the notes from this episode please click the link below: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TNGzClC9FC6-CfSBmve2JU7qMaj-NwXeLrOliiDaDDg/edit?usp=sharing        Check out some of my videos on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG5H6oqEnhFjdUryhDOYSvQ 

Just and Sinner Podcast
The Christology of Lutheran Orthodoxy

Just and Sinner Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 61:34


This continuation of our Christology series covers some of the precision in language used to describe the two natures in Christ among Lutheran orthodox theologians.

Guerrilla Christianity
S10E29: Into the Light (Christmas 2022)

Guerrilla Christianity

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 38:51


Sermon #530 On Christmas Eve we sang Silent Night in a sanctuary lit with candles.  On Christmas morning we were bathed in the light of day.  What better way to celebrate the birth of our Savior than with the opening strains of John's gospel, which present a thorough Christology for us.  Jesus is described as the Word, who was with God and was God.  He is the life, and the light of men - the true light that darkness cannot overcome.  When we repent and trust in Jesus we come out of the darkness, hiding our sin in shame, and step into the light where we can give glory to God by our good works.  This Christmas we celebrate the Lord's day with praise and worship to our God and king, receiving the greatest gift ever given - salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. John 1:1-14 Recorded at Hudson UMC on December 25, 2022 S.D.G.

Hope Church Toronto West
The Boy Jesus

Hope Church Toronto West

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 44:51


Title: the boy jesus Text: Luke 2:41-52 RC Sproul: This was the age at which the Jewish boy became a man, and went through the bar-mitzvah, which simply means ‘son of the commandment', entering into the full measure of adult commitment to the covenant of Moses. -- RC Sproul: “It was customary in ancient Israel for boys to be taken to the temple a year or two in advance of their bar-mitzvah, so that they might become familiar with the operations of the temple and of the educational programmes of the rabbis there. It was almost like a trial run, a time of orientation, so that a child, when he did reach thirteen, would have had some preparation. So Jesus went to Jerusalem at twelve, perhaps for his initial orientation of the structures and customs of the temple.” Phillip Ryken: “Going to Passover must have been a great experience for a twelve-year-old boy. The streets of Jerusalem were crammed with as many as two hundred thousand pilgrims and one hundred thousand sheep for sacrifices. At that age Jesus may well have had the run of the city, with all its sights and sounds. He would have feasted with friends. He would have gone up to the temple to pray and sing psalms. On the night of Passover he would have worshiped with his family. As his father prepared the sacrificial lamb, Jesus would have heard the story of salvation all over again. Joseph would have reminded his eldest son how God rescued his people from slavery and delivered them from death in Egypt.” 1) JESUS WAS FULLY BOY (v41-46, 48) 2) BOY JESUS was FULLY GOD (v46-49) RC Sproul: After the feast it was the custom for the theologians of Israel to remain there for a few days to have what they called ‘theological disputations', in which they would share the latest ideas and insights into theology. The students of the rabbis would sit at their feet, for their learning process was very similar to that of Socrates and Plato at the Academy: it was through questions and answers. The students would ask the rabbi questions, and at times, as a teaching technique, the rabbi would return questions to the students. It was in that situation that Jesus was found, astonishing everybody with his unbelievable understanding and insight to these things, and all who saw him were amazed. Phillip Ryken: Jesus referred to God as “my Father.” This intimate expression was totally new. No one had ever said anything like it before. To be sure, the fatherhood of God is present in the Old Testament. There are at least a dozen places where the Scripture refers to God as Father. However, those who are speaking always refer to themselves in the plural. That is, people spoke of God as “our Father,” but no one ever called him “my Father.” God's paternity was more a general concept than a personal relationship. Even men like Moses and David, who enjoyed special intimacy with God, never dared to claim that he was their Father. But Jesus said it as if it were the most natural thing in the world. If the temple was God's house, then it was his Father's house, because he knew that God was his Father. -- RC Sproul: How significant that the first recorded words of Jesus are ones that go to the heart of his own destiny, to his vocation and calling as the Messiah. Here Jesus is consciously identifying himself as the Son of God, because it was his Father's house. -- Phil Ryken: He wanted to stay in his Father's presence, lingering at the place where his heart could echo the joy he had always experienced as the eternal and preexistent Son. -- John 17:5 – “And now, Father, glorify me in your own presence with the glory that I had with you before the world existed” -- John 17:24b – “ You loved me before the foundation of the world.” 3) THE HYPOSTATIC UNION IS A PROFOUND MYSTERY, BUT ALSO A PROFOUND TREASURE (v50-52) Incarnation: "Incarnation is the word used to explain how the second member of the Trinity entered into human history in flesh as the God-man Jesus Christ." [Same as previously made slide] Hypostatic Union - JESUS CHRIST HAS TWO NATURES: HUMANITY & DEITY - JESUS IS NOT TWO PERSONS: BOTH NATURES ARE MYSTERIOUSLY & MIRACULOUSLY UNITED IN ONE PERSON [Same as previously made slide] A.T. Robertson: Luke gives us the only glimpse that we have of the boy Jesus, with a boy's hunger for knowledge and yearning for future service, this boy who already had the consciousness of a peculiar relationship to God his Father, and yet who went back to Nazareth in obedience to Joseph and Mary to toil at the carpenter's bench for eighteen more years. -- Apollinarianism (from Phillip Ryken): The false teaching that Jesus had the mind of God in the body of a man. -- Phillip Ryken: “Like his body, the mind of Christ had to develop. If we doubt this, all we need to do is look again at the Scripture, which says that Jesus “increased in wisdom” (Luke 2:52). Here Luke “expressly tells us that the intellectual, moral and spiritual growth of Jesus as a Child was just as real as His physical growth. He was completely subject to the ordinary laws of physical and intellectual development.” As he submitted to the very laws that he had created, Jesus was taught things that he did not know.” -- Kenosis theory (from Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology): The theory that Christ gave up some of his divine attributes while he was on earth as a man (from the Greek verb kenoo, which means to “empty”). -- Phillip Ryken: Perhaps some examples will help put this into perspective. Consider some of the things that Jesus did not know. When Jesus was two, he was not able to perform the complex computations of differential calculus; he couldn't even “solve for x.” When he was six, he did not know the percentage of hydrogen in Jupiter's atmosphere, or the distance from Earth to Alpha Centauri… With respect to his divine nature, these were things that he had always known, but with respect to his human nature, they were among the many things that he did not know during his time on earth. John Calvin went so far as to say that there would be “no impropriety in saying that Christ, who knew all things, was ignorant of something in respect of his perception as a man”… These statements stagger the mind. If we sometimes take the incarnation for granted, it can only be because we have not wrestled with its full implications. -- Incarnation Summarized (from Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology): Remaining what he was, he became what he was not.

Distilling Theology
Ep. 102: Christology (Pt 5) - Christ the Mediator Article 3 // Tasting Henry McKenna 10 Bottled in Bond

Distilling Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 69:35


The guys are back and they're rolling out some back catalogue episodes. And soon will announce the winner of the 100th episode giveaway in an upcoming episode.This week, they dive back into the 8th chapter of our Reformed Confessions to discuss Christology. And they sip some Henry McKenna 10 year, bottled in bond bourbon whiskey to start the show off.A huge thank you to everyone who has listened to this show and especially to the Patreons who make it possible.Enjoy extended episodes, watch us live stream our episodes before they are released, and get access to exclusive bonus content on Patreon, starting at just $4.99 per month: https://patreon.com/distillingtheologyJoin us at $14.99 per month for some extra perks, including a Patreon-exclusive coffee mug after your first 3 months as a thank you for your support.Or, join us at our new $29.99 per month  level and after your first 3 months, we'll send you a Patreon Exclusive frosted DT glencairn glassor at $49.99 per month, we'll send you a pair of those exclusive frosted glasses after your first 3 months.Distilling Theology is a proud member of the Society of Reformed Podcasts - a network of doctrinally sound podcasts from a Reformed perspective. You can get all the shows in the network by subscribing to the megafeed at https://reformedpodcasts.com/Thanks for listening and as always, whatever you do, whether you eat or drink, do all to the glory of God.Soli Deo Gloria!Support the show

Church Grammar
Thomas Weinandy on Christology in the Gospels and the Mystery of the Incarnation

Church Grammar

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 55:34


This episode is a conversation with Fr. Thomas Weinandy. We discuss the making of the Jesus Becoming Jesus series (1:50), the Synoptic Gospels' contribution to Christology and Trinitarian theology (11:14), Christology and Trinitarian theology in John's Gospel (22:49), immutability and impassibility in the incarnation (42:50), and more. Check out Brandon's new book: The Trinity in the Book of Revelation: Seeing Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in John's Apocalypse (IVP Academic, 2022). Church Grammar is presented by the Christian Standard Bible and Cedarville University's Graduate School. Intro music: Purple Dinosaur by nobigdyl. Producer: Katie Larson. Brandon D. Smith is Assistant Professor of Theology & New Testament at Cedarville University, a co-founder of the Center for Baptist Renewal, and writes things. You can follow him on Twitter at @brandon_d_smith. *** This podcast is designed to discuss all sorts of topics from various points of view. Therefore, guests' views do not always reflect the views of the host, his church, or his institution.

Paul VanderKlay's Podcast
Meaning Crisis Struggling to Benedict Option in Bible-Belt America and the Jewish State of Israel

Paul VanderKlay's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 76:45


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The Biblical Unitarian Podcast
257: How Proverbs 3 Influenced NT Christology

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 33:57


Proverbs chapter three had a massive impact on Jesus himself and on the NT writers who portrayed him as the locus of God's wisdom. This episode of the Biblical Unitarian Podcast explores the portrayal of personified wisdom in Proverbs chapter three and notes many of her traits and qualities. Next, we turn to the New Testament to see six discernable ways in which Jesus functions as the embodiment of God's wisdom (without indicating that Jesus consciously preexisted his birth). We also speculate on why the Gospel of John is so interested in presenting a fully-fledged Wisdom Christology.  Please consider supporting this Podcast and future projects by donating at: https://www.paypal.me/10mintruthtalks       To view the notes from this episode please click the link below: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1e6Qh1aqQeJb7tV0Dz82MaPw3iiHpi-ByiNARM_qTlQ0/edit?usp=sharing       Check out some of my videos on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG5H6oqEnhFjdUryhDOYSvQ 

Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Growth in Godliness, God's Way, for Christ's Servants and the Churches They Pastor

Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 10:00


How should ministers serve the brethren- 1Timothy 4-6-11 looks forward to the second reading in morning public worship on the coming Lord's Day. In these six verses of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that ministers serve the brethren by teaching good Christology and commanding its application to life.

The London Lyceum
Christology and Metaphysics in the Seventeenth Century with Richard Cross

The London Lyceum

Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 49:25


Jordan talks with Richard Cross about Christology and metaphysics in the Seventeenth century. They cover a wide range of topics like: Generally speaking, what are union and communion theories about the hypostatic union? What are the shared beliefs between these two views? Who are some of the important figures that held to these respectively? What is the nature of accidents and dependence relations and how they are relevant for union and communion theories? What is the order of subsistence and existence for each model? What Reformed theologians opt for a communion vs a union account of the hypostatic union? What are their reasonings? Are union theories averse to compositional Christological accounts? If so, why? Does composition imply potentiality? And more!Resources:1) Christology and Metaphysics in the Seventeenth Century, Richard Cross2) Communicatio Idiomatum: Reformation Christological Debates, Richard Cross3) The Medieval Christian Philosophers: An Introduction, Richard CrossSupport the show

Good News Weekly Message
The Solution to Tribology is Christology

Good News Weekly Message

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2022


Christ the Center
Vos Group #78 — Revelation Connected with the Nativity

Christ the Center

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022


We turn to pp. 305–306 of Geerhardus Vos's book, Biblical Theology: Old and New Testaments to discuss revelation connected with the nativity. Throughout history, God interprets his supernatural works with his inspired Word. At this critical moment in history, the coming of Christ the redeemer, the Lord reveals himself further to his people. Chapters Participants: […]

The Thomistic Institute
Aquinas on the Incarnation: Part II | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 47:57


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given on November 14, 2015, as part of the Thomistic Circles conference "The Wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas" in New York City. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast
256: How Proverbs 1 Influenced NT Christology

The Biblical Unitarian Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 36:27


Little do most readers of the Bible know, the Book of Proverbs significantly shaped the way that the New Testament writers characterized Jesus Christ. This episode of the Biblical Unitarian Podcast explores the first chapter of Proverbs and its depiction of the wisdom of God as a personified female figure. After examining wisdom in Proverbs 1, we offer some suggestions on ways in which the chapter influenced the NT picture of the man Jesus Christ. We even discuss the nature of preexistence in terms of its dependence upon the Jewish wisdom texts.  Please consider supporting this Podcast and future projects by donating at: https://www.paypal.me/10mintruthtalks      To view the notes from this episode please click the link below: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CSfsU9aeHN1v3L4cxZiw-vlIU35tyi8_VbCrZ7C5u2g/edit?usp=sharing      Check out some of my videos on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCG5H6oqEnhFjdUryhDOYSvQ 

The Thomistic Institute
Aquinas on the Incarnation: Part I | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 39:19


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given on November 14, 2015 as part of the Thomistic Circles conference "The Wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas" in New York City. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

Society of Reformed Podcasters
The Arian Controversy: Christology and the 4th Century

Society of Reformed Podcasters

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 51:44


CBC NASHVILLE | Sunday Mornings
The Word Made Flesh - Week 5 - Jon Pouliot

CBC NASHVILLE | Sunday Mornings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 54:24


As we continue to explore Ligonier's statement on Christology, we transition from focusing on Christ's nature, work, and life and to the application of these concepts to what it means for us. We will discuss Articles 18-21 of the statement, which focus on faith, hell, justification, our connection to Christ and his church, and sanctification.

Tyler House of Faith
Christology, Wizards and Astral Prophecy

Tyler House of Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 44:05


12/18/22 The Old Testament is full of obscure clues concerning the would-be coming Messiah who would one day rule the world with a rod of iron. The New Testament begins with the fulfillment of this coming and speaks about several supernatural experiences surrounding the birth of Christ.  This week we take a look into this incredible origin story through the Biblical lens of what it meant that Word became flesh and how this incredible truth changed everything. We hope you dig it. 

The Particular Baptist Podcast
The Arian Controversy: Christology and the 4th Century

The Particular Baptist Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 50:49


Daniel brings a church history lesson to Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, VA Become a patron! patreon.com/theparticularbaptist --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-particular-baptist/support

CBC NASHVILLE | Sunday Mornings
The Word Made Flesh - Week 4 - Jeremy Litts

CBC NASHVILLE | Sunday Mornings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 52:28


Join us for week four. Whether you realize it or not, you have a Christology (a doctrine of Christ). However, our conception of Christ may not always be Scripture-shaped. Tradition, opinion, and even songs can influence our beliefs about Christ, drawing us into error. Join us for Sunday school this Advent season as we explore God's Word through a series of affirmations and denials about Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh.

Into Theology
Into Theology 59: Matthew Hoskin on Augustine's World

Into Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 43:54


In this episode, Ian and Wyatt invite Dr. Matthew Hoskin on to the podcast to discuss the Late Antique world of Augustine. They discuss the various names and people that live around Augustine's time, the nature of the Polis, Pope Leo and his famous letter on Christology. In a short episode, they basically cover the period between 350 and 450 in the Mediterranean world. Do register for one or both of Dr. Hoskins classes, which are both offered online. Here is the link for class on the Nicene era at Davenant Hall: https://davenanthall.com/product/theological-world-nicene-controversy/. Here is the link for his course at Ryle Seminary on God and creation (Theology I): https://www.ryleseminary.ca/programs-courses. Both can be taken by anyone and done entirely online. 

Acid Horizon
Baroque Sunbursts: God, Geist, and Transcendental Black Metal feat. Ravenna Hunt-Hendrix of LITVRGY

Acid Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 67:02


Welcome to Baroque Sunbursts, a new series from Zer0/Repeater on Music, Culture, and Philosophy. For our inaugural episode Adam and Kyle are joined by Ravenna Hunt-Hendrix; Artist, philosopher, theologian, and musician most known for her seminal work with LITVRGY. Ravenna joins us to look back upon the opening salvo of her musical philosophy: 2009's Transcendental Black Metal: A Vision of Apocalyptic Humanism. We're going to be talking about the teeth-grinding, fist clenching experience of musical intensity, the Blast Beat and its Discontents, and how ideas spanning from Christology to Nietzsche and German Idealism have inspired her work up until today. Liturgy's latest EP is As the Blood of God Bursts the Veins of Time, and their next album 93696 will be out in March 2023, by the time this comes out they'll most likely still be on their US tour so go and see them! We talk about German Idealism, Operatic style, Negarestani's Neorationalism, Blast Beats vs Burst Beats, and Ravenna's takes on eschatology and dogmatics in the search for new religious epistemologies.LITVRGY: https://liturgy.bandcamp.com/communityRavenna's YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@HunterHuntHendrixSupport the podcast:Linktree: https://linktr.ee/acidhorizonAcid Horizon on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/acidhorizonpodcastMerch: http://www.crit-drip.comPreorder 'The Philosopher's Tarot': https://repeaterbooks.com/product/the-philosophers-tarot/Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/169wvvhiHappy Hour at Hippel's (Adam's blog): https://happyhourathippels.wordpress.com​Revolting Bodies (Will's Blog): https://revoltingbodies.com​Split Infinities (Craig's Substack): https://splitinfinities.substack.com/​Music: https://sereptie.bandcamp.com/ and https://thecominginsurrection.bandcamp.com/Support the show

Youth Pastor Theologian
Episode 19: Teaching the Incarnation and Christology at Christmas (Griffin Gulledge)

Youth Pastor Theologian

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 45:36


Who is Jesus? That's a good question. But one of most important but unasked questions students will answer is "what is Jesus?" It's common for church kids (and even youth workers themselves!) to grow tired of the same old Christmas message. Maybe that's because we've lost sight of the mystery and beauty of Christology - the study of who Jesus is and what he's done. In this episode, Griffin Gulledge helps us dig into the doctrine of the Incarnation and Hypostatic Union with students in a way that leads them to behold Jesus Christ, our Savior.  This episode expands on YPT's recent article on the same topic. Our discussion includes: Could you share a little bit about why you're focusing your Ph.D. studies on the Trinity and how does that connect with today's topic? What is the Hypostatic Union, and how would you explain that to a normal teenager?  How can youth workers talk meaningfully and biblically about the Incarnation?   What are some pastoral applications of the humanity/deity of Christ?  What are some common misunderstandings you've come across about what it means for Jesus to be fully human and fully divine?  Griffin is the Pastor at Madison Baptist Church in Madison, Georgia and is nearing the completion of his Ph.D. in Systematic Theology in Trinitarian Hermeneutics from SEBTS. You can find his writings all over the web in various sites.  Follow Griffin on Twitter: @GriffinGulledge Visit Youth Pastor Theologian's website Join YPT's Facebook group: @youththeologian (make sure you answer the membership questions) Follow YPT on Twitter: @youththeologian Follow YPT on Instagram: @youththeologian Please consider sharing YPT's podcast and our articles with your friends, and leave a rating/review on your podcast subscriber. You can contact us with any questions and recommend both topics and guests on our website's Submissions Page.

CBC NASHVILLE | Sunday Mornings
The Word Made Flesh - Week 3 - Danny Deffenbaugh

CBC NASHVILLE | Sunday Mornings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 51:32


Join us for week three. Whether you realize it or not, you have a Christology (a doctrine of Christ). However, our conception of Christ may not always be Scripture-shaped. Tradition, opinion, and even songs can influence our beliefs about Christ, drawing us into error. Join us for Sunday school this Advent season as we explore God's Word through a series of affirmations and denials about Jesus Christ, the Word made flesh.

The BreakPoint Podcast
Protests in China, Stochastic Terrorism, and the Fashion World Embraces Pedophilia

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 68:23


We're seeing protests in China over Covid lockdowns not seen since the days of Tiananmen Square. And a new phrase has been introduced into civil debate: Stochastic Terrorism. What is it and where did it come from?

The Thomistic Institute
"Renewing Trinitarian Theology" with Prof. Bruce Marshall | Off-Campus Conversations, Ep. 010

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 47:32


Are there medieval answers to modern questions of Trinitarian theology? Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Prof. Bruce Marshall about his latest Thomistic Institute lecture, "Medieval Answers to Modern Questions: Renewing Trinitarian Theology Today.” Renewing Trinitarian Theology w/ Fr. Gregory Pine (Off-Campus Conversations) You can listen to the original lecture here: https://soundcloud.com/thomisticinstitute/medieval-answers-to-modern-questions-renewing-trinitarian-theology-today-prof-bruce-marshall For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Bruce D. Marshall is the Lehman Professor of Christian Doctrine at Southern Methodist University. He holds a masters from Yale Divinity School and a doctorate from Yale University. His teaching interests include medieval and reformation theology and systematic theology. His research interests include doctrine of the Trinity, Christology, philosophical issues in theology, sacramental theology, and Judaism and Christian theology. 559080

The BreakPoint Podcast
Tis the Season for Christology: How the Hymns of Christmas Teach Right Doctrine

The BreakPoint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 4:39


Neither cultural darkness nor theological apathy is new. Still, this season is uniquely full of songs proclaiming that hope, and that articulate the theological realities that grounds that hope.

A History of Christian Theology
Episode 131: AHOCT- Theotokos and Christology: Cyril of Alexandria and Nestorius

A History of Christian Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 78:40


Tom, Trevor, and Chad continue their conversation over the Christological Controversies of the 4th and 5th centuries. In this episode, we cover the question over the name “theotokos” for Mary and why this was such a hot topic for Nestorius and Cyril. This is the second of three in the series on this important topic of early Christianity.

Reformed Forum
Christology, Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics, and Apologetics

Reformed Forum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 54:51


Ryan Noha and Camden Bucey speak with Lane Tipton on the heels of recording the sixth course in our Fellowship in Reformed Apologetics: “Christology and Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics.”

Christ the Center
Christology, Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics, and Apologetics

Christ the Center

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022


Ryan Noha and Camden Bucey speak with Lane Tipton on the heels of recording the sixth course in our Fellowship in Reformed Apologetics: “Christology and Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics.” Chapters 00:07 Introduction 09:00 Van Til’s Christology and Hermeneutics 12:53 The Great Debate Today and Other Books on the Subject 20:58 Going Deeper than Evidences 30:36 Modern Christologies […]