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Podcast: How Does God’s Wrath Fit within a Cruciform Theology?
Greg considers God’s wrath.
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Tags: Cross Vision, Crucifixion of the Warrior God, Cruciform Theology, God's Wrath, Wrath
Podcast: Can We Still Take Comfort in the Old Testament?
Greg considers the Old Testament revelations that are consistent with Christ crucified. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0199.mp3
How the Anabaptists Emphasized the Cross
Because the Anabaptists have generally emphasized faith that is evidenced by works and thus on Jesus’ life as an example to be followed, it may prima facia appear that the saving work of the cross was less central to the early Anabaptists than it was to the Reformers and to Evangelicals. In reality, I would argue,…
Can Bible Imperfections IMPROVE the Reliability of the Bible? (podcast)
Greg talks about his new book: Inspired Imperfection: How the Bible’s Problems Enhance Its Divine Authority. Episode 537 http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0537.mp3
Podcast: How Do You Recommend Reading the Bible to Kids?
Greg looks at reading the Bible to kids and considers where in the Bible one should start reading. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0311.mp3
Is the Judgment of God Ever Punitive or Retributive?
Greg talks about the nature of God’s judgment. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0050.mp3
God of Sense and Traditions of Non-Sense
As the title suggests, in his book, God’s Problem: How The Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question – Why We Suffer, Bart Ehrman argues that the Bible has nothing compelling to say about the problem of evil. Well, I just put down a beautifully written four-hundred and fifty page book that compellingly argues…