John Kincaid – Justification and Divine Sonship in Paul
Episode: In a previous episode Chris Tilling and Matt Bates interviewed two of the co-authors (Barber and Pitre) of the book, Paul, A New Covenant Jew. The third co-author of this book, John Kincaid, talks with Chris Tilling about his own chapter on justification, divine sonship, and “cardiac righteousness”, as well as his own future work on justification more generally, and his forthcoming work for the series Lectio Sacra. This episode therefore looks at the cutting edge of cutting-edge scholarship by also talking about impending work and ideas not yet published!
Guest: John Kincaid, PhD is the Administrative Chair of University-Wide Programs at the University of Mary. He is the co-author of Paul, A New Covenant Jew: Rethinking Pauline Theology, with Brant Pitre and Michael P. Barber, Eerdmans, 2019. Originally from Pittsburgh, Dr. Kincaid received his PhD in theology from Ave Maria University in 2015. Before receiving his PhD, Kincaid received a ThM from Duke University, an MA in theology from Covenant Theological Seminary, and a BA in theology from Geneva College. Before arriving at the University of Mary in 2019, Kincaid was previously a member of the theology faculty at John Paul the Great Catholic University as well as Franciscan University of Steubenville. His research interests center on Pauline theology and its reception history, the soteriology of Augustine and Aquinas, and the challenge of contemporary biblical hermeneutics. Kincaid is currently finishing a manuscript on the theme of justification in the Pauline letters as well as working on a co-written manuscript on biblical interpretation with Michael Waldstein. He and his wife Kristen have six children.
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