“This Will Last Forever”: What the Pandemic Teaches Us About Living With Trauma By Preston Hill

Trauma is an overused and misunderstood concept. On the one hand, it seems obvious enough that we live now more than ever in a...

POGOS: Thomas H. McCall on Canonical Readings of Scripture

This week in Pogos Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) continue our discussion with Prof Tom McCall (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) about his recent...

POGOS: Thomas H. McCall on Analytic & Biblical Christology

This week in Pogos we return to our interview format as Joanna Leidenhag and I (Jonathan Rutledge) chat with Prof Tom McCall (Trinity Evangelical...

POGOS: Reconciliation & Human Teleology Panel

This week in Pogos we have the final installment from our summer Logos Conference consisting of a panel of our invited scholars: Professor Eleonore...

Professor Oliver D. Crisp on the Christian Humanist (Analyzing Doctrine)

Oliver D. Crisp is the Professor of Analytic Theology at the University of St Andrews in the School of Divinity. He recently did an...

POGOS: David Moffitt on Sacrifice and the Ongoing Reconciling Work of Jesus in First John

This week in Pogos we have the ninth session from our summer Logos Conference in which Dr David Moffitt (University of St Andrews) presents...

POGOS: Schwöbel, Moltmann, Levine, and Moffitt on Reconciliation (Panel)

This week in Pogos we have the eighth session from our summer Logos Conference consisting of a panel of our invited scholars: Christoph Schwöbel...

LOGIA FOR MARCH 2020: A MISFIT’S TAKE ON ACADEMIC SURVIVAL BY JACQUELINE M. HIDALGO

Perhaps like so many academics, especially women of color, I often feel like a misfit, like someone whose story always seems a little out...

JOSEPH, THE “DISAPPEARING” FATHER OF JESUS BY TOBIAS SIEGENTHALER

Polidoro da Caravaggio, The Holy Family with Saint Elizabeth and the Infant John the Baptist, 1520–25. “Today I have to write this blog-post,” I...

POGOS: Porter C. Taylor on Homo Adorans

This week in Pogos we welcome Porter Case Taylor back to the podcast as he talks us through the significance of Fr Alexander Schmemann...