Exploring Hope Podcast: Why is Literature Important?

On this episode of Exploring Hope Podcast, Dr. Dew sits down with Dr. Matt Mullins, professor of English here at SEBTS, and they spend some time discussing the importance of literature. For centuries, literature has been among the greatest of the accomplishments of the arts and humanities and served to teach us much about the world, history, the human condition, and, particularly, our own selves. Tune in as Dr. Mullins explains the impact and import of literature and gives us some tips for diving into the vast world of literature that mankind has written!

 

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Exploring Hope Podcast: Dealing with Textual Variants in the Bible

This week on Exploring Hope Podcast, Dr. Dew talks with Dr. Jake Pratt about the integrity of the texts we find in Scripture. Christians want to say some strong and very particular things about Scripture and its infallibility, inerrancy, authority, etc. Yet, we find that there are some textual variants among the canon of scripture that cause some to question, or even reject the idea that the bible is “true” in all that it claims. Dr. Jake Pratt helps us understand how these textual variants are few and far between, as well as rarely pertaining to important theological or historical issues. But, more importantly, he helps us understand the context and nuance of the issue and gives us a helpful and honest way to talk about the inspired word of God. Tune in to listen!

 

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Exploring Hope Podcast: What happened at the Fall?

In this episode of the Exploring Hope Podcast, Dr. Jamie Dew has a conversation with Dr. John Hammett. Dr. Hammett is a professor here at SEBTS and is an expert in all things theology. So, in this episode, Dr. Dew asks him about “the Fall” recorded in Genesis 3 and the important doctrines we form from it. What happened to humanity in that moment? And, what does that mean for us? Dr. Hammett walks through these issues in today’s episode. Tune in!

 

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