POGOS: Nicholas Wolterstorff on Justice and Injustice in Christian Liturgies – The Logos Institute Podcast for 09.07.18

The Logos Institute hosted Professor Nicholas Wolterstorff for the Logos International Lecture. His talk on liturgy and justice is this week’s POGOS. iTunes Soundcloud      ...

Justice and Injustice in Christian Liturgies: Logos Institute Lecture by Nicholas Wolterstorff

The Logos Institute was recently so fortunate as to host Professor Nicholas Wolterstorff for the Logos International Lecture. His lecture is viewable above.      ...

Logia for June 2018: Theology, Science, and the Pursuit of Integration by Sarah Lane Ritchie

Each month Blogos features an article created in partnership with the Logos Institute’s Logia initiative. This month’s Logia post is by Sarah Lane Ritchie. More information about Logia...

POGOS: Nicholas Wolterstorff on Liturgy as a Means to Knowing God – The Logos Institute Podcast for 11.06.18

The Logos Institute recently invited Professor Nicholas Wolterstorff for a fireside chat with faculty and students. Listen to his discussion of liturgy and knowing God on...

A Primer on Constructing a Penal Substitutionary Atonement Model by Jonathan C. Rutledge

Growing up in the Bible belt as I did brings you into contact with a wide range of ideas of what constitutes the Christian...

POGOS: Amy Peeler on Kinship in the Letter to the Hebrews – The Logos Institute Podcast for 21.05.18

On this week’s POGOS, Amy Peeler explains her recent work on kinship in the book of Hebrews and the New Testament. iTunes Soundcloud    ...

LOGIA FOR MAY 2018: A Woman Named Mary by Karen McClain Kiefer

Each month Blogos features an article created in partnership with the Logos Institute’s Logia initiative. This month’s Logia post is by Karen McClain Kiefer. More information about Logia...

POGOS: Amy Peeler on Biblical Scholarship, History and Theology – The Logos Institute Podcast for 07.05.18

Check out this week’s POGOS! Amy Peeler tells Jonathan and Stephanie Nicole about her career in biblical studies and the importance of history. Listen...

An Apology for the Gadfly by S.N. Nordby

                        In my experience, academia is divided into two camps: those who seem...

Logia for April 2018: My Journey to a PhD in Hebrew Bible by Tamara J. Knudson

Each month Blogos features an article created in partnership with the Logos Institute’s Logia initiative. This month’s Logia post is by Tamara J. Knudson. More information about Logia...