We’ve had some fascinating dialogues in the past few weeks with outstanding professors on the Mobile Ed Conversations Podcast. Here’s a roundup of our conversations with Lane Tipton, Gary Barnes, Jay Sklar, and Robert Sloan Jr.
Dr. Lane Tipton, the Charles W. Krahe Chair Associate Professor of Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, talks about becoming faithful rather than trying to become popular. He also shares his excitement about a revival of hermeneutics in the academy.
Dr. Gary Barnes, professor of biblical counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary, talks about his educational journey and about the need for more pastoral counselors in the church today.
Dr. Robert B. Sloan Jr. is the president of Houston Baptist University and previously served as the president and chancellor of Baylor University. He talks about his journey into scholarship, the challenges of Christian higher education, and some of the richest themes in the book of Philippians.
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Jay Sklar, professor of Old Testament at Covenant Theological Seminary in Saint Louis, talks about why we should study the book of Leviticus and why Leviticus can be so intimidating to us today.