1. In this episode of Outside Ourselves, pastor and professor, Ken Jones, helps tackle the question, "What Does it Mean to Die a Good Death?"
  2. The first Christians believed Jesus was Lord and God. This episode explores how this could be given the monotheism of Judaism.
  3. In today's episode of Tough Texts, Scott Keith and Daniel Emery Price explore the teachings of 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18.
  4. David and Adam continue their conversation about the historical reasons for believing in Jesus' resurrection from the dead.
  5. David and Adam begin to build a case for the resurrection of Jesus using minimal and uncontested facts from history—beginning with the crucifixion and death of Jesus.
  6. I’m A Loser, Baby, So Why Don’t You Resurrect Me? In this episode, we discuss the difference between our ideas of Jesus as a “winner” who gives us big wins in life versus Jesus, who wins by losing to sin, death, and the devil. We read Gerhard Forde’s article “Loser Takes All” and consider how we bend Jesus to our ideas of satisfaction, safety, and success.
  7. In today's episode of Tough Texts, Scott Keith and Daniel Emery Pice explore two seemingly opposing passages from the Bible: John 1:19-28 and Matthew 11:7-15.
  8. To be human is by its very nature to be finite.
  9. In today's episode of Tough Texts, Scott Keith and Daniel Emery Price take a look at 1 Corinthians 15:12-34. This passage addresses the core of Christian faith – the resurrection of Christ and its implications.
  10. On this episode of Preaching the Text, John Hoyum and Steve Paulson discuss the story of the Canaanite woman who begs that he heal her daughter.
  11. Hey Man, Nice Shot. In this episode, we discuss Rene Girard’s argument for why Jesus’ death as a scapegoat is unique to all other sacrifices in human history. What is violence for? What is a scapegoat, and why is one necessary for peace and good order? How does Jesus break the law machinery that demands a victim?
  12. In this episode, Dr. Paulson talks about the significance of Christ's actual death and resurrection and its effect on how we view the "plain text" of Scripture.