Baptist Catholicity with Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps
The London Lyceum
Jordan and Brandon talk with Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps about Baptist Catholicity. They cover topics like: Should we want to be baptist and catholic? Why have so many baptists in the last 50+ years been either naïve to the necessity of catholicity or hostile to it? What would you like to see moving forward with those committed to Baptist Catholicity? How can we develop a catholic spirit? How can pastors in the local church strive for this? And more!Resources:1) Baptists and the Christian Tradition, Edited by Matt Emerson, Luke Stamps, and Christopher MorganSupport the show
Low Church Liturgy with Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps
The London Lyceum
Jordan and Brandon talk with Luke Stamps and Matt Emerson about liturgy in low church life--especially baptist life. They cover topics like what is liturgy, how did low church liturgy come to be, if it is possible to remain Baptist and appreciate a high church liturgy, and much more.Find more info about the London Lyceum or contact us at our website.Find out more about the work of Luke and Matt at the Center for Baptist Renewal.1) Baptists and the Christian Tradition, Edited by Luke Stamps and Matt Emerson2) Orthodox Radicals, Matthew Bingham3) The London Lyceum Episode with Matthew BinghamSupport the show
The Story of Scripture, A Conversation with Matt Emerson
Putting the Bible Together
Welcome to the second episode of Putting the Bible Together. This podcast is dedicated to conversations that explore the beauty and power of the biblical story. In this episode, Mark Catlin welcomes Matthew Emerson to discuss his book The Story of Scripture: An Introduction to Biblical Theology. Matt is the Dean of Theology, arts, and humanities at Oklahoma Baptist University. He earned a bachelor’s degree from a university in the state of Alabama, and he also holds an M.Div. and Ph.D. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He serves as co-Executive Director of the Center for Baptist Renewal, co-editor of the Journal of Baptist Studies, and Senior Fellow for the Center of Ancient Christian Studies. He and his wife, Alicia, have five daughters. Emerson has authored or co-authored over 20 publications, including his most recent book He Descended to the Dead: An Evangelical Theology of Holy Saturday, published in 2019. Today we will be discussing his earlier book The Story of Scripture: An Introduction to Biblical Theology. In this book, Emerson traces the story of Scripture through creation, fall, redemption, and new creation, showing how the Bible tells a cohesive story centered on Jesus. He does this in an extremely clear and accessible way. This book will help you understand the overarching narrative of Scripture and also help you understand how to read each piece of the story in light of the whole. In other words, The Story of Scripture can help you put the Bible together.
Biden-Harris ticket, a midwest derecho, and a conversation with the Matt Emerson
In this episode, Josh, Lindsay, and Brent discuss 2020 election updates, a shooting outside of the White House, a derecho in the midwest, coronavirus in kids, the housing market, and college football plans for the fall. Lindsay also gives a rundown of this week’s ERLC content including a piece by the ERLC Staff with an explainer on How to make sure your kids are safe on the internet, Jason Thacker with an explainer on Elections in Belarus, an internet blackout, and human rights, and Michael Natelli with How churches can serve those facing eviction during the pandemic. Also in this episode, the hosts are joined by Matt Emerson for a conversation about life and ministry.About MattMatt Emerson is a professor at Oklahoma Baptist University and a dean at Hobbs College. Matt earned a bachelor’s degree from Auburn University and an M.Div. and Ph.D. in from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Before joining the OBU faculty in 2015 he previously taught at California Baptist University. Matt has authored or co-authored over 20 publications. His research interests include the Old Testament’s use in the New Testament, early Christian interpretation, and theological method. He serves as co-Executive Director of the Center for Baptist Renewal, co-editor of the Journal of Baptist Studies, steering committee member of the Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar, and Senior Fellow for the Center of Ancient Christian Studies. He is also a member of a number of scholarly societies, and blogs at Biblical Reasoning. Matt and his wife, Alicia married in 2006 and have five daughters. You can connect with him on Twitter: @M_Y_EmersonERLC ContentERLC Staff with an Explainer: How to make sure your kids are safe on the internetJason Thacker with Explainer: Elections in Belarus, an internet blackout, and human rightsMichael Natelli with How churches can serve those facing eviction during the pandemicCultureThe Biden-Harris ticket rolloutBiden campaign raises $26 million in first 24 hoursTrump whisked out of press briefing after shooting outside White HouseMidwest Derecho strikes in Iowa, Illinois, IndianaThere has been a 90% increase in Covid-19 cases in US children in the last four weeks, report saysThe pandemic real estate marketNearly 150 Christians killed in sustained violence in NigeriaThe Mid-American Conference has canceled its football season this fall because of the COVID-19 pandemicThe Big Ten and Pac-12 won't play football this fall, but the Big 12 reportedly intends toPandemic plunges U.K. into "largest recession on record"LunchroomLindsay: America’s Got Talent Josh: Leviticus | Blue Bell Cookie Two StepBrent: This teacher turned her pickup truck into a portable classroomConnect with us on Twitter@ERLC@jbwester@LeatherwoodTN@LindsNicoletSponsorsERLC Highlights - subscribe for curated content from the ERLC’s editors delivered straight to your inboxPolicy Newsletter - Sign up for policy updates from our Washington, DC team.
Jordan and Brandon chat with Dr. Matt Emerson about the doctrine of the descent of Christ. What is this doctrine? Why should anyone believe it? What are the practical benefits of believing it?Resources:1) He Descended to the Dead, Matt Emerson2) The Battle for the Keys, Justin BassSupport the show
Kyle and Matt were in WAAAAAAYYYYY over their heads for this one, so they brought in the expert! NAB Podcast is excited to welcome Dr. Matt Emerson, Assistant Professor of Religion/Chair of Religion at Oklahoma Baptist University and Executive Director of The Center for Baptist Renewal, to the show to discuss Baptist and church history. Don't miss this one, y'all!Check out The Center for Baptist Renewal: https://t.co/6DMn5bx9wACheck out the Ancient Faith Bible: https://www.lifeway.com/en/product/csb-ancient-faith-study-bible-tan-leathertouch-P005811251 Visit our digs at: http://notanotherbaptistpodcast.com Like us on FB at: http://facebook.com/notanotherbaptistpodcast Follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/NAB_Podcast We're grateful for our partnerships with Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Christian Standard Bible...find out more at http://swbts.edu and http://csbible.com
How Did the Patristics Interpret Scripture? | Matt Emerson
Can church history and exegesis live together in harmony? How did the early church fathers interpret the Bible? What can we learn from them without sacrificing sound exegetical methods? Matt Emerson provides a helpful primer and some interesting examples. Emerson is the Dickenson Associate Professor of Religion and Program Director for the Master of Arts at Oklahoma Baptist University. He is the author of several forthcoming books on such topics as the Trinity and theological method, the descent of Christ to hell, and Baptists' understanding of the Great Tradition. Check out this episode on exegeticaltools.com for more great content and links to featured resources!@exegeticaltools