Here are a few audio picks for your consideration:
Not long ago, Douglas Wilson and Joe Rigney sat down to discuss the theology of Jonathan Edwards. Topics such as typology, the Trinity, and the church are explored in an interesting fashion. Lovers of theology and aficionados of Edwards will naturally be eager to listen in on the conversation. Note that the discussion is broken up into seven segments.
Yes, I know you’ve more than likely heard something like this before- a breakdown of the basic tenets of Islam. But this is different. James White brings that something extra to the table, a refreshing combination of scholarship and passion, depth and clarity, as well as evangelistic zeal. I found myself wanting to hear more by the end.
I’m always a sucker for debates revolving around apologetic methodology. So naturally, I was excited to see Dr. Scott Oliphint invited to the radio show Unbelievable to discuss that very topic. It wasn’t a stellar episode, but it wasn’t a bad one either. I’d give it, oh, a B- or B. The main problem is how much time had to be devoted to explaining what presuppositional apologetics is not. This stunted the forward progress of the conversation somewhat.
Not only is this a fantastic message worthy of digestion, but in my mind Dr. Carson provides us with a superb example of how scholarship can and should enrich the exposition of Scripture. Few do this as well as he. Dr. Carson keeps his finger firmly planted on the text. Therefore students should pay careful attention to both his style and structure and seek to emulate it to some degree (without trying to be a parrot, of course).