This week, I am delighted to welcome both, Dr. Tom Schreiner, who serves as the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and his son, Dr. Patrick Schreiner who serves as the Director of the Residency Ph.D. program and Associate Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology here at Midwestern Seminary.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Tom Schreiner to the podcast. Dr. Schreiner serves as the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology, as well as the Associate Dean of the School of Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
He is an accomplished scholar and author, having released many books and commentaries including his recently re-released commentary on 1 & 2 Peter and Jude as part of The Christian Standard Commentary Series.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Bobby Jamieson to the podcast. Bobby serves as an associate pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C., and previously served as assistant editor for 9Marks.
This week, he joins me as we discuss his most recent book, The Path to Being a Pastor: A Guide for the Aspiring.
This week I want to welcome Dr. Andrew Atherstone s to the podcast. Dr. Atherstone serves as A Tutor in History and Doctrine along with being Latimer Research Fellow at the University of Oxford in England.
He is an accomplished author with multiple publications, including his editorial work on the autobiography of J.C. Ryle titled: Bishop J.C. Ryle’s Autobiography: The Early Years.
“Preaching and Preachers” Episode 223: The Pastor and Discerning His Congregation’s Spiritual Health
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Donald Whitney to the podcast. Dr. Whitney serves as Professor of Biblical Spirituality and as the Associate Dean of the School of Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
He is an accomplished author and has recently released a new book called Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health.
This week I’m delighted to welcome Dr. Stephen J. Nichols to the podcast. Dr. Nichols serves as President of Reformation Bible College and Chief Academic Officer for Ligonier Ministries. Recently, Dr. Nichols released his new book R.C. Sproul: A Life visiting the life and ministry of the late pastor and theologian R.C. Sproul.
This week I’m delighted to welcome Dr. K. Lawson Younger to the podcast. Dr. Younger serves as Professor of Old Testament, Semitic Languages, and Ancient Near Eastern History at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.
Recently, Dr. Younger published his revised commentary on Judges and Ruth with the NIV Application Commentary series.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Michael J. Kruger to the podcast. Dr. Kruger serves as the President and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Recently, Dr. Kruger published his new book Surviving Religion 101: Letters to a Christian Student on Keeping the Faith in College.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Ronni Kurtz to the Podcast. Ronni serves as the Assistant Director of Marketing and Managing Editor of For The Church here at Midwestern Seminary. He also serves as a pastor at Emmaus Church here in Kansas City. Recently, Ronni became part of Midwestern Seminary’s faculty as an Assistant Professor of Christian Studies.
Today, he joins me as a guest host as we discuss my recent book Succeeding At Seminary – Part 2.
*This episode was originally published on August 17, 2020.
This week I am delighted to welcome Dr. Don Whitney to the podcast. Dr. Whitney is Professor of Biblical Spirituality and the associate dean of the School of Theology at Southern Seminary in Louisville, KY.