Daniel Kirk announced (via Facebook) that videos are available from What Did Jesus Do? The Atonement Symposium hosted by the Brehm Center at Fuller Theological Seminary. You can find them on The Burner Blog here.
Four videos are available: Scot McKnight on Gospel and Atonement; Daniel Kirk on Cosmic Reconciliation; Leanne Van Dyk on The Gospel in Seven Words; and Vincent Bacote on The Atonement and the Possibilities for Our Life.
There were other participants, so maybe there will be more videos soon. For now, four is plenty. If you watch them let me know your thoughts. I’m going to begin watching them now.
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I just listened to Scot McKnight’s lecture on the gospel in Acts. Thanks for the link! I am working through C Kavin Rowe’s book on Acts now, which I saw on your reading list of last year. A question for you: do you do any tracking of Andrew Perriman’s blog postost.net? He has done a couple of posts on Acts as well that at first sight seem to mesh with McKnight and Rowe. His narrative-historical perspective has created quite a few challenges over the past year – especially in relation to theological topics that are codified later than the New Testament. But it looks like Rowe and McKnight are doing something of the same if I am not mistaken. Now if I could only put together what I am seeing as tremendous insights to our way in the world from these three 🙂
I am familiar with Andrew Perriman’s blog. I have interacted with a handful of posts there, but as you allude, he does present things from a somewhat radical perspective at times. It takes a while to digest and reflect upon his arguments because his starting paradigm is different from many of us.
Rowe’s book was wonderful, and McKnight has been saying a lot of great things for a while now, but like you I am having a hard time putting my finger on a particular place where their projects intersect. I will have to think more on this and if something comes to mind I’ll comment again.
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