The verdict is in, so how then do we move forward in our communities and lives to build trust and peace? Dr. Winfred Neely joins us to help us process the news and its impact alongside the Word and its mandate and power.
The Derek Chauvin trial is now over and the jury has given its verdict. We discuss the trial and the verdict with Professor of History and Law at Cedarville University, Dr. Marc Clauson. Dr. Clauson gives a legal and Biblical perspective on this case that has been watched and talked about around the world. We also talk about how we can be part of seeing liberty and justice for all.
Have you ever scratched your head in wonder concerning the meaning or purpose of an account or story in the Bible? Dr. Eric Bargerhuff jumps right into the difficult-to-understand passages of scripture with historical and scriptural insights into these perplexing texts. Eric also tackles the hard-to-accept statements of Jesus, such as Jesus saying we must hate our families in order to be his disciples. If you’ve ever been confused over some of the strange accounts of scripture, this conversation will be a good starting point to understanding and realizing that “there’s more to the story.”
Dr. Eric Bargerhuff is a professor of Bible and theology and the associate dean of academic affairs at Trinity College of Florida. He served in pastoral ministry for more than twenty years in churches in Ohio, Illinois, and Florida. He received his doctorate in biblical and systematic theology from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He and his family live in Trinity, Florida.
Dr. Winfred Neely (D.Min. Trinity International University; Doctoral degree in Old Testament at the University of Bristol, England) is vice president and dean of Moody Theological Seminary. He is also currently senior pastor of Judson Baptist Church in Oak Park, Ill. He has served as a missionary/pastor in Senegal, West Africa, for nine years. He and his wife, Stephne, have been married for forty years and have four adult children and nine grandchildren.
Prior to Cedarville, Dr. Clauson served as Assistant Commissioner, Department of Finance and Administration, and County Administrator, for West Virginia. His research interests include intellectual history, political and economic thought, church history, philosophical and theological anthropology, markets and social justice, and constitutionalism. Clauson is a member of the American Political Science Association, Southern Economic Association, Values and Capitalism Forum of the American Enterprise Institute, History of Science Society, and is a Fellow with the Nehemiah Institute. Dr. Clauson is ordained in the Presbyterian Church in America.