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Posts for 18-22 Sept
Monday: Perfect Tense Fallacies (Free Sign-Ups)
In New Testament Greek, the perfect tense is notoriously disputed and all sorts of semantic functions are attributed to it. Sometimes it leads to overcooked exegesis even by leading scholars.
Tuesday: Can Egalitarians and Complementarians Do Church Together? (Free Sign-Ups)
Aimee Byrd and I talk about egalitarians and complementarians in the same churches and spaces, what are the risks, points of contention, and can they get along?
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Wednesday: Markus Barth on the Lord’s Supper (Free Subscribers)
Markus Barth wrote two important works on the Lord's Supper, which accented the communal and transformative aspects of the Lord's Supper.
Thursday: This Week’s Cast Blast (Paid Subscribers)
10 minutes of audio commentary on (1) Owen Strachan rejects white kinism; (2) the legal case of Tickle vs. Giggle is no laughing matter in the sex vs. gender debate; (3) the joy of reading the French Protestant philosopher Jacques Ellul.
Friday: Church and Gender After the Barbie Movie (Paid Subscribers)
Whether you loved it, hated it, or feel “meh” about it, what are the important lessons we can take away from The Barbie Movie for the church today?