In this podcast, I interview Jonathon Davis about his paper concerning the theology of Bonhoeffer. I really enjoyed this interview. Jonathon really knew his stuff and was able to take a lot of the confusing parts about Bonhoeffer and distill it for me to understand. I hope you enjoy!
Today, my buddy and I interview Judson Greene, a friend of mine at BJU. He wrote the papers on YHWH and the divine council that I read earlier this year.
This week in the podcast, I read a paper by my classmate Kristian Römer. He is a fellow Ph.D. student here at BJU and we have been in a number of classes together. Romer, Peter Theologian Paper
In this episode, I talk to Matt Bohin. He wrote the paper on Jonathan Edwards's book Religious Affections which I presented on this show about a month ago. In the show, I ask a little bit about his background and then he walks us through his paper. Among other questions, he answers a nagging question: Christ... Continue Reading →
Bonhoffer's Theology This week, we explore the theology of Bonhoeffer in a paper written by my friend Jonathon Davis. Jonathon is working on his PhD in Theology from Bob Jones University. He has been a long time friend and a fellow sufferer in academia. He wrote this paper for a class that we were both... Continue Reading →
This week, turn our attention to the Coffee House Series because I need more time to prep my YHWH: God of the Gods series. Here, I read a paper by Matt Bohin on Jonathan Edwards's book Religious Affections. It is a fascinating overview Edwards life and the background to why he wrote Religious Affections. Matt then gives an overview... Continue Reading →
In this podcast, we explore how God interacts with His council. The content actually is a paper written by Judson Greene who is studying for his Masters in Biblical Languages and Literature. The paper is a little dense, so if you have problems understanding it, don't worry. I ended up reading it about 4 or... Continue Reading →
So this week is a bit of a house keeping podcast. I'd like to expand Fresh Ground Theology and get more people aware of what were doing. I've got several ideas that I want your feed back from! I want to interview students and read more papers on this podcast. The idea here is to... Continue Reading →
This is the next installment of the Coffee House Symposium series. This is a paper that I wrote on Wellhausen and his work Prolegomina to the History of Israel. My goal was to simply trace his idea through the book. As such, I did not attempt to critique him, even though a critique is justified. Prolegomena to the Historical... Continue Reading →