A Theology of Food

Presented by the Rev. Cameron Spoor, Curate at St. David’s Episcopal Church. Would you believe an apple bite, or a loaf of bread, says a lot about our faith and our created identity? In this lecture, Fr. Cameron will help us explore how food can (and does) say a lot about…

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Episode 262: Learning To Speak Truthfully About Jews with The Rev. Dr. Dan Joslyn-Siemiatkoski

This is Part 1 of the Lecture by The Rev. Dr. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski about undoing anti-Judaism. Daniel Joslyn-Siemiatkoski is the Duncalf-Villavoso Professor of Church History at Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas. His areas of research are Anglican and Episcopal history, Jewish-Christian relations ancient and modern, Anglican ecclesiology, and contemporary…

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Episode 260: The Dead Sea Scrolls and Judaism before Jesus with Dr. Kelley Coblentz Bautch

Dr. Coblentz Bautch is Professor of Religious and Theological Studies at St. Edward's University in Austin, TX. Her research interests include and her publications take up the history and religions of Israel during the Persian, Hellenistic and Roman periods, nascent Christianity, pseudepigraphical, deuterocanonical and apocalyptic texts, Enochic literature, textual criticism,…

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Episode 259: The Bible after the Dead Sea Scrolls with Dr. Jack L. Weinbender

Jack L. Weinbender has a Ph.D. in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. His research interests include the Hebrew Bible, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and Digital Scholarship. In this episode, Dr. Weinbender tells us how the Dead Sea Scrolls provide early evidence of biblical interpretation.

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Episode 255: Resilience and the General Epistles with The Rev. Dr. Margaret Aymer

The Rev. Dr. Margaret Aymer is Professor of New Testament Studies at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas. Rev. Dr. Aymer is the author of James: Diaspora Rhetorics of a Friend of God and three other books. In this lecture, Rev. Dr. Aymer speaks about resilience as a relational and…

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Episode 253: Marian Traditions in Folk Religion in Texas with Mason Terry, J.D., M.A.T.S.

Mason Terry holds a Master of Arts in Theological Studies. This episode is part 2 of Mr. Terry's exploration of Marian traditions. In episode 355, he explored Marian theology as a project of Jewish folk religion. In this episode, Mr. Terry explores the influence of the Black Madonna of Częstochowska…

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Episode 252: Mary: The Product of Jewish Folk Religion with Mason Terry, J.D., M.A.T.S.

Mason Terry holds a Master of Arts in Theological Studies. This episode is part 1 of Mr. Terry's exploration of Marian traditions. In this episode, he explores Marian theology as a project of Jewish folk religion. Mr. Terry explores Mary's Jewish identity, and how Marian practices and ideas gained wide…

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Episode 251: Liturgy: What Time Is It? with The Rev. Dr. Nathan Jennings

The Rev. Dr. Nathan Jennings has a MDiv from Yale Divinity School and a MA and PhD from the University of Virginia. He is the J. Milton Richardson Associate Professor of Liturgics and Anglican Studies at the Seminary of the Southwest in Austin. Rev. Dr. Jennings offers elective seminars in…

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