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This week in our Friday roundup of Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting content:
• Michael Bird on Reclaiming Pietism
• Douglas Sweeney on Jonathan Edwards among the Theologians
• RNS features Megan DeFranza on intersex issues and Jennifer Harvey on racial reparations
William Greenway joins us on The EerdCast this week for a deep and far-ranging conversation on one of the most essential — and debated — texts in Christian and Hebrew Scripture. Our discussion of Genesis and Greenway’s book explores creationism and its alternatives, the asymmetry between the world of the flood and creation narratives, and Greenway’s understanding of election (profoundly shaped by Emmanuel Levinas).
We invite you to sit at a round-table With nine biblical and theological scholars from the Majority World church. The gifts they bring are more than their academic qualifications and areas of expertise. They offer perspectives as Christian believers who breathe the air and drink the water of their homelands, live in the sociopolitical and cultural contexts of their countries, and serve their local churches and communities.