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We are joined on this episode by Dr. Erin Heim, a Tutor in Biblical Studies at Wycliffe Hall at the University of Oxford. We discuss her life of faith, training in music, and decision to pursue biblical scholarship. We also discuss Erin's research on metaphors of adoption in the letters of the Apostle Paul. Her research is informed by her own exper…
 
This week we’re sharing a conversation with the CPT staff on why we decided to host a conference on racial injustice this October. Hear Todd Wilson, Joel Lawrence, and Zach Wagner discuss their hope for the gathering in Chicago on October 18–20, 2021. Find more info at www.cptconference.comBy The Center for Pastor Theologians
 
This episode features a presentation from our 2018 conference on spiritual formation, given by Dr. Vincent Bacote of Wheaton College. What can the broader church learn from the experiences and theological emphases of the African American Church? How has the Black experience in America shaped the approach to spiritual formation in these contexts? Ho…
 
What is the relationship between theology and the life and worship of the church? CPT Fellow Marcus Johnson discusses his call to ministry and his most recent book (co-authored with John Clark). A Call to Christian Formation: How Theology Makes Sense of the World explores the definition and formative power of theology. How is the church a theologic…
 
We are joined on this episode by CPT fellow Marcus Johnson, who serves as a theology professor at the Moody Bible Institute as well as an associate rector at St. Mark's Church in Geneva, IL. Marcus explores his story of faith and theological education, including falling in love with theology and navigating God's calling on his life, particularly hi…
 
What is the connection between Mark 10 and Ephesians 5? How do interpretations of these passages make a similar category error around power and authority? What implications do our reflections on power and the pastorate have for church leadership structures and accountability? What is the appropriate relationship between ecclesiology and missiology?…
 
In Mark 10 Jesus makes a distinction between the way the Gentiles exercise authority and the way the greatest among Jesus' disciples must become servants. How does this passage relate to a Christian concept of authority? CPT fellows Joel Lawrence and Mickey Klink explore this and related questions in light of the current crisis of authority in the …
 
Is there such a thing as "Patriarchal Feminism"? This apparent contradiction in terms is at the center of a paper written by CPT fellow and co-founder Gerald Hiestand. Gerald joins our podcast along with CPT fellow Amy Peeler to discuss these ideas. How does Christianity enter into and redeem the "toxic masculinity" that has characterized so many h…
 
We continue our conversation with CPT fellow Ben White about his PhD research. Ben reflects on how growing up in Canada shapes theological vocation. We also discuss the unique opportunities of teaching at a small evangelical college in New York City. Finally, Ben comments on how a Pauline view of power transforms our conception of power in light of…
 
This week on the podcast is part 2 of a conversation between CPT Executive Director Joel Lawrence is joined by Winn Collier, Director of The Eugene Peterson Center for Christian Imagination & Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Christian Imagination at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. In this conversation, Joe and Winn di…
 
This week on the podcast, CPT Executive Director Joel Lawrence is joined by Winn Collier, Director of The Eugene Peterson Center for Christian Imagination & Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology and Christian Imagination at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan, and author of A Burning in My Bones, the official biography of Eugene Pe…
 
We continue our conversation with CPT fellow Nathan Chambers on his story of life, education, and ministry. Nathan discusses the relationship between the Old Testament and New Testament, his doctoral research in Genesis 1, and encouragement for those pursuing Old Testament studies.By The Center for Pastor Theologians
 
On this episode of the podcast, we are joined by CPT fellow Nathan Chambers, pastor of Wiser Lake Chapel in Lynden, WA. Nathan earned his MCS in Old Testament at Regent College and his PhD in Biblical Studies from Durham University. In the first part of our conversation, Nathan shares about archetypes of evangelicalism, growing up in the faith, and…
 
How has theological education served to denigrate the African American preaching tradition? What is the distinction between the style and theory of preaching? How does an emphasis on disenfranchisement, hope, and the practical immediacy of the text make Black preaching unique? We continue our conversation with CPT Fellow Eric Redmond as he discusse…
 
CPT Fellow Eric Redmond rejoins the podcast to discuss the recent guilty verdict rendered against Derek Chauvin in the George Flloyd murder trial. We discuss the response of conservative evangelicals, as well as the different historical perspectives of white and black Christians on police violence. What are the biblical and theological dynamics at …
 
This episode features a presentation from our 2019 conference on technology, given by CPT Fellow Dan Brendsel. Dan joins Zach Wagner to reflect on his talk in a now post-Covid world. Technology is like a road, a tool that is formed with pre-determined purpose and utility that separates us from something naturally vital to reality. A path on the oth…
 
On this episode of the Older Pastor/Younger Pastor Podcast, Dave and Ryan discuss their early days in pursuit of ministry and then provide helpful insight and wisdom to those young men who are wanting to enter into pastoral ministry. To contact Ryan, please email: ryan@amicalled.com To contact Dave, please email: dave.bruskas@acts29.com…
 
We continue our conversation with CPT fellow Paul Morrison, a pastor in the Cleveland area who holds a PhD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Paul reflects on the history of race and racism in the Southern Baptist Convention and reflects on its implications for contemporary tensions and debates. We go on to discuss the work of the Ohio…
 
CPT co-founder and board chair Gerald Hiestand joins the podcast to discuss some of the recent history of the CPT and how his transition from an associate pastor to senior pastor role affected his research and theological reflection. What are the challenges and advantages of doing theology from a pastoral post? Is it possible to live out the histor…
 
In this episode, we continue our conversation with award-winning author Carolyn Weber. We discuss her story of life and her academic career, including balancing her witness while engaging fruitfully in her discipline. How should Christians and aspiring pastors think of cultivating their writing and word-craft? How can faithful Christian thinkers ma…
 
We are joined on this episode by Carolyn Weber, professor of English and the award-winning author of Surprised by Oxford and Sex and the City of God. We talk with Dr. Weber about her story of life and faith, including her conversion while studying English literature at the University of Oxford.By The Center for Pastor Theologians
 
Beginning in Fall 2021, the CPT will partner with the Wheaton College Graduate School in offering an M.A. in Theology with a concentration in Ecclesial Theology. This program is designed for students interested in studying theology with a specific orientation toward ministry in the local church. On this episode, CPT staff are joined by Marc Cortez,…
 
Is there a liturgical renewal movement in low-church evangelicalism? How can pastors and worship ministers rehearse the story of redemption through the liturgy of worship every week? How can we view music and preaching not as separate parts of the worship service, but as synchronized ways of embedding the gospel in our hearts? Listen now to our int…
 
On this episode of the Older Pastor/Younger Pastor Podcast, Dave and Ryan are joined by Brett Payne to discuss pastoral health in the church. If you’d like to learn more or contact Brett, you can follow the links below: https://rflsoulcare.com/ brettpayne-rflsoulcare.youcanbook.me
 
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