Theology can be intimidating, full of big words and lofty ideas. Yet theological terms aren't just for professors to argue about in the ivory tower. These powerful words have important meanings for the everyday Christian, too. They aren’t reserved for academic theologians. These terms belong to you! Our guest will offer helpful explanations of the –isms and –ologies of Bible doctrine that you’ve heard of but aren’t sure what they mean. Despite what you may have heard, theology actually is relevant. Don’t miss out on the meanings of theological terms. Get the answers from an expert and let your confusion turn to understanding.
Join us for a timely discussion on the growing movement to challenge the infamous Roe v. Wade decision. Hear about a draconian piece of legislation recently passed in the US House of Representatives and hear what decisions are working their way up to the US Supreme Court. Also, we will discuss the difference between 'equity' and 'equality'. Get ready to think biblically and critically on today's broadcast.
Dr. J. Brian Tucker is Professor of New Testament at Moody Theological Seminary in Plymouth, MI, and External Affiliate at St. Mary's University, Twickenham, London. He is coeditor of The T & T Clark Social Identity Commentary on the New Testament and the author or coauthor of several books including Reading Romans after Supersessionism, and All Together Different. Brian earned his DMin from Michigan Theological Seminary and his PhD from the University of Wales, Lampeter.
Sarah Perry is a legal fellow in the Institute for Constitutional Government at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. She is also former Senior Counsel to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education, where she focused on policy reform, technical guidance, employee relations, and Department's annual report to the federal government. She is also a policy consultant and widely-published author with publications on topics ranging from public policy and education, to parenting, law, disability advocacy, and the arts. Sarah managed education reform initiatives at the Family Research Council and has written widely on the fight against the industrialized education complex. Her work at the Family Research Council also included the building and oversight of multiple policy coalitions geared toward the fight against antisemitism in academia, limiting tech censorship, and protecting religious liberty. Her work has appeared at Human Events, Christianity Today, the Stream, the Daily Caller, Townhall and others.