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S3 E5 - Finding Heaven in Earth (by Hans Boersma)

Imagination Redeemed

The world around us deserves our awe and wonder, but we can make the error of believing the good things of this world are the best we can have - we can idolize the creation and forget the Creator. On the other hand, if we believe that because this world is secondary to the next then all of our earthly endeavors are meaningless, we can be indifferent to God's works. Is there a third way? In this episode, Brian shares Hans Boersma's essay on "How to Look for Heaven in Earth," and how living in the created order can ready us to better know the Creator Himself. 

21mins

8 Jun 2022

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117: Hans Boersma on Seeing God

Finding Holy

Ashley and Hans Boersma talk about the whole point of life — moving toward union with God and what the blessed life looks like now. This conversation may help you tap into the transcendent life in your ordinary one.LINKSHans Boersma’s book, Seeing GodHans’ website: https://www.hansboersma.org/Ashley’s more recent book, A Spacious Life Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

34mins

3 May 2022

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Biblical Hermeneutics #3, A Systematic Theologians Perspective - With Dr. Hans Boersma

Regent College Podcast

Have you ever wondered what the difference between a Biblical Scholar and Systematic Theologian is?  What is the role of tradition when it comes to interpreting scripture?  Is it necessary to have a platonic framework to understand scripture? To continue our Biblical Hermeneutics series, we had a conversation with Dr. Hans Boersma around these questions and more.  We hope you enjoy the conversation! To learn more about Regent College and our upcoming  courses, visit:https://www.regent-college.eduCheck out the Regent bookstore for Dr. Boersma’s book. https://bookstore.regent-college.edu 

58mins

4 Feb 2022

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What is Christian Platonism? Matthew Barrett and Hans Boersma

Credo Podcast

What should we think of Plato? Do his ideas have any profit for Christianity? Can the Platonic philosophical heritage serve Christianity as a handmaiden to biblical interpretation and theological construction? These questions concerning the relationship between philosophy and theology have been discussed and debated by Christians from the very beginning. At the heart of the… Download Audio

1 Feb 2022

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New Creation Conversations Episode 038 - Dr. Hans Boersma on the Patristics, the Atonement, Sacramental Theology, and Five Things Theologians Wish Biblical Scholars Knew

New Creation Conversations

Welcome to episode thirty-eight of New Creation Conversations. In today’s conversation I am joined by a long-time friend and very significant theologian, Dr. Hans Boersma. Hans and I got to know one another well twenty-something years ago when we spent a summer together at Calvin College studying and writing about eschatology with Miroslav Volf. A few years later essays from both of us were used in a book edited by John Sanders entitled Atonement and Violence: A Theological Conversation (published by Abingdon Press).Hans has gone on to have an amazing career as a prolific and internationally noted theologian. He has written over a dozen books on subjects like the patristics, the atonement and sacramental theology. Hans taught for several years at both Regent College and Trinity Western University in Canada. More recently he has been named Chair of the Order of St. Benedict Servants of Christ Endowed Professor of Ascetical Theology at Nashotah House – a unique Anglo-Catholic Seminary formed in Benedictine practices in Wisconsin.Some of our conversation centers around Han’s most recent book – published by IVP Academic Press – entitled Five Things Theologians Wish Biblical Scholars Knew. There is a companion book that goes with it – written by a previous podcast guest, Scot McKnight, entitled Five Things Biblical Scholars Wish Theologians Knew. I have learned a great deal from Hans across the years – especially related to the theology of the patristic and medieval ages and the richness of sacramental theology. He always invites me to think more deeply and more broadly about the reality of Christ in our midst. So thankful for Hans and his commitment to Christian scholarship. And I’m thankful to get to bring this conversation to you. Here’s my conversation with Dr. Hans Boersma.

1hr 2mins

3 Nov 2021

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Truett Chapel October 12, 2021-- Dr. Hans Boersma

Truett Chapel

Dr. Hans Boersma speaking at Truett Seminary Chapel.

23mins

13 Oct 2021

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Homily October 10th, 2021 (Dr. Hans Boersma)

The Christ Church, Waco Podcast

Amos 5:6-15 || Hebrews 3:1-6 || Mark 10:17-31

22mins

13 Oct 2021

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Dr. Hans Boersma, Let’s Talk About Sin || Catechesis October 10th, 2021

The Christ Church, Waco Podcast

Dr. Hans Boersma on compunction in the spiritual life of the christian.

49mins

13 Oct 2021

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Episode 43: Hans Boersma on Sacramental Ontology and Scripture

Heaven & Earth

In this episode, I talk with Hans Boersma on sacramental ontology and Scripture. Basically, we talk about how creation exists sacramentally in relationship with God and how Christians have and can approach Scripture.    Here is his Amazon (.ca) page with books: https://www.amazon.ca/Hans-Boersma/e/B001JXL6TQ/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_book_1 Twitter: https://twitter.com/wagraham Website: https://wyattgraham.com/

49mins

5 May 2021

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Episode 106: AHOCT - Interview with Dr. Hans Boersma

A History of Christian Theology

Dr. Boersma of the Nashatoah House comes on the show to talk about his book Seeing God: The Beatific Vision in Christian Tradition. In the episode, Dr. Boersma explores Christian Platonism (if that is the right term), Sacramental Theology, and the Creator-Creation Distinction. It was a pleasure to have Dr. Boersma on and we hope you enjoy this episode.

53mins

22 Apr 2021

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