Listener Q&D

Episode: These are your questions, so there are no reasons not to listen. And it gets even better, we’ve got Chris Tilling joining us as a co-host, and he’s here to stay, we think. In this his inaugural episode as an official co-host, we introduce him with a head cold for extra effect. Topics range from violence in the Bible, toilet paper (/loo) roll, combating cynicism, and more.

Hosts: You can find all the info HERE, but since Chris isn’t yet on the page, here’s a bit more about him: r Chris Tilling is Graduate Tutor and Senior Lecturer in New Testament Studies at St Mellitus College. He is also a visiting Lecturer in Theology at King’s College London. Chris co-authored ‘How God Became Jesus‘ (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, 2014) with Michael Bird (ed.), Craig Evans, Simon Gathercole, and Charles Hill. He is also the editor of ‘Beyond Old and New Perspectives on Paul‘ (Eugene, Or: Cascade, 2014). Chris’s first book, the critically acclaimed ‘Paul’s Divine Christology‘ (Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2012), is now republished with multiple endorsements and a new Foreword, by Eerdmans (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 2015). Chris has also published numerous articles on topics relating to the Apostle Paul, “Christology”, “justification”, the “historical Jesus” and the theology of Hans Küng. He is the New Testament editor for the exciting journal, ‘Syndicate‘, and he has appeared as a DVD media figure for Biologos, GCI and HTB’s School of Theology. He is the author of a popular theology blog site entitled ‘Chrisendom‘. He is married to Anja with two kids, and he enjoys playing golf and chess. (from the St. Mellitus site).

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