In Revelation 15 & 16, John sees a great sight that might be described as the beginning of the end.Continue reading Ep 89: The Expansion of Jesus’ Mission
In Revelation 14, John sees the 144,000 again along with an angel who has the eternal gospel. In this EphesiologyContinue reading Ep 88: The Eternal Gospel
We are in Revelation 12 looking at the woman and male child as well as the dragon and the beasts.Continue reading Ep 87: Jesus, the Dragon, and the Beasts
Continuing our series of podcasts on Raising Resilient Children, we sat down with Josh McDowell for his insights. The challengesContinue reading Ep 86: Interview with Josh McDowell
From the seven seals to the seven trumpets, one thing seems clear. The disciples continue to have a mission on earth during tumultuous times. Join Dr. Cooper, Dr. Feiser, and Dr. Harris as they discuss the seals, the little scroll, and what John meant when he was told, “you must again must prophesy about many people and nations and languages and kings” (Rev 10:11).Continue reading Ep 85: The Two Witnesses
The body of Christ is a dynamic, chaordic network of those who are fully committed to His mission. Her engagement of culture is as diverse as the cultures themselves. Her places of gathering are not reduced to scattered and isolated Sunday-centric performance of the few, but rather the ongoing corporate and public worship of the One. The church established by Jesus Christ is a theocentrically postured community singularly focused on His glory understanding that He is most glorified when more and more people are worshipping Him. Continue reading Ep 3: The Looming Crisis in American Christianity
From the seven seals to the seven trumpets, one thing seems clear. The disciples continue to have a mission on earth during tumultuous times. Join Dr. Cooper, Dr. Feiser, and Dr. Harris as they discuss the seals, the little scroll, and what John meant when he was told, “you must again must prophesy about many people and nations and languages and kings” (Rev 10:11).Continue reading Ep 84: The Disciples’ Mission
The seven seals reveal more than simply the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Join us this week on the Ephesiology Podcast as Dr. Feiser, Dr. Harris, and Dr. Cooper discuss what seal 5 reveals about Jesus’ disciples. While the septets (seven seals, trumpets, and bowls) describe the mounting political, economic, and social upheaval, there is hope for those who remain faithful to the word of God and the witness it bears.Continue reading Ep 83: The Disciples of Jesus
The portrait that John paints in the book of Revelation often appears strange and unusual to the modern reader. TheContinue reading Ep 82: Jesus is Worthy
In today’s podcast, Dr. Harris, Dr. Feiser, and Dr. Cooper dive into more questions about Revelation to help us figure out what it is about. Beginning with the description of John’s Jesus, we’ll discuss the cultural issues confronting the seven churches in Asia Minor and conclude with the reason why John writes Revelation. Join us for another episode in our ongoing series, “Rediscover Jesus through Revelation.”Continue reading Ep 81: What’s It All About?
Revelation is one of the most difficult books in the Bible to interpret and it is also one of the most abused and ignored books of the Bible. In this first session on our series focused on rediscovering Jesus through Revelation, Dr. Feiser, Dr. Harris, and Dr. Cooper discuss four interpretative strategies used to understand Revelation: Historicist, Idealist, Preterist, and Futurist.Continue reading Ep 80: Who Wrote Revelation?
Revelation is one of the most difficult books in the Bible to interpret and it is also one of the most abused and ignored books of the Bible. In this first session on our series focused on rediscovering Jesus through Revelation, Dr. Feiser, Dr. Harris, and Dr. Cooper discuss four interpretative strategies used to understand Revelation: Historicist, Idealist, Preterist, and Futurist.Continue reading Ep 79: Interpreting Revelation
There is a movement of God in the New Testament, no doubt. It’s not a church planting movement as it’s understood today. It was much more significant and it connected the story of God to the story of people.Continue reading Ep 2: The Critique of Church Planting Movements
Theological development is contextual and is frequently a reaction to a crisis in culture. As far back as the ecumenicalContinue reading Ep 1: The Ontology of Missiological Theology
This is the fifth in a series of podcasts on Raising Resilient Children. Over the course of the next severalContinue reading Ep 78: Raising Children to be Missionaries. Seriously?
This is the fourth in a series of podcasts on Raising Resilient Children. Over the course of the next severalContinue reading Ep 77: A Child’s Advice for Parents
This is the third in a series of podcasts on Raising Resilient Children. Over the course of the next severalContinue reading Ep 76: Doing Theology with Our Children
This is the second in a series of podcasts on Raising Resilient Children. Over the course of the next severalContinue reading Ep 75: Teaching Theology to Our Children
We are beginning a series on Raising Resilient Children. Over the course of the next several weeks, we’re going toContinue reading Ep 74: Taking the Fear Out of Theology
On this Ephesiology Podcast, Michael is joined by Dr. Stephen Leston, President and CEO of To Every Tribe to introduceContinue reading Ep 73: Worldview Apologetics
Looking for a loophole, (the religious scholar) asked, “And just how would you define ‘my COVID neighbor’?” (Luke 10:29ish). JoinContinue reading Ep 72: Who Is Your CoVid Neighbor?
On this Ephesiology Podcast, Andrew and Matt team up to tackle the complicated notion that America is a Christian country.Continue reading Ep 71: The Myth of Christian America
The events in Washington D.C. last Wednesday were troubling and tragic. The political, economic, and societal turmoil in the UnitedContinue reading Ep 70: Crisis at the Capitol, Crisis in the Church
It’s a new year and many optimistically look to a 2021 that will be markedly different from what we experiencedContinue reading Ep 69: Good Riddance 2020!
Contemporary church leadership tends to model itself after various social structures of leadership whether in business or politics. The DNAContinue reading Ep 68: The Non-Hierarchical Leadership of the New Testament Church
For all of us, 2020 has been a challenging year. In spite of the reality of the global pandemic, aContinue reading Ep 67: Happy Covid Christmas
Leadership is one of the most important issues confronting the church today. In this podcast, Andrew, Matt, and Michael addressContinue reading Ep 66: The Dark Side of Hierarchical Leadership
On this week’s Ephesiology Podcast, Michael talks with Jeff Christopherson about his upcoming course on Church Planting. Jeff brings yearsContinue reading Ep 65: Kingdom-Minded Church Planting
On this week’s Ephesiology Podcast, Michael talks with Kathryn Richards Bhatia, assistant professor of social justice in our Master ofContinue reading Ep 64: What is Social Justice?
This week’s podcast dials in on Christianity’s relationship to governments as Andrew and Michael explore a subject appropriate for ChristiansContinue reading Ep 63: Christianity and the Government
Today on the Ephesiology Podcast, Andrew and Michael catch up with Brad Watson from Soma. In June, Andrew, Michael, andContinue reading Ep 62: Catching Up with Brad Watson
Next on the Ephesiology Podcast, Andrew and Michael are talking with John W. Morehead about QAnon. The right-wing conspiracy theorist(s)Continue reading Ep 61: QAnon and Conspiracies
It was only four years ago when many declared the election in 2016 to be the most important in ourContinue reading Ep 60: The Christian and Politics
Over the past four years, Ligonier and Lifeway Research have published the State of Theology surveys as a resource forContinue reading Ep 59: The State of Theology
A new season of the Ephesiology Podcast begins with Andrew, Matt, and Michael sharing about the exciting work of howContinue reading Ep 58: Ephesiology’s New Season
Are you struggling with American evangelicalism? It’s gotten to the point where it is difficult to recognize a theological traditionContinue reading Ep 57: When Evangelicals Sneeze
It is that time of year, but a different year for sure. As best as we can in the timeContinue reading Ep 56: Summer Break
Join our discussion with Brad Watson as we hear about his book on Ephesians as well as what he andContinue reading Ep 55: Ephesiology with Brad Watson
So often, the church looks at business people as those who will pray and pay for the ministry. In thisContinue reading Ep 54: Movements and Business
These are interesting days. COVID-19, George Floyd, President Trump and his Trumpgelicals. We address all of these in a spontaneousContinue reading Ep 53: race relations, the president, and current crises in the United States
COVID-19 has provided many opportunities for us to rethink how we equip people for ministry and we have some bigContinue reading Ep 52: The State of Education and Ephesiology Master Classes
We’re excited to welcome a first time guest, Kyle Pierson. Kyle focuses on helping people think about movement in theContinue reading Ep 51: Getting to Movement During the Plague
Zoom fatigue, plague fatigue. How are you feeling? We’re discussing where we are emotionally and spiritually as we continue toContinue reading Ep 50: Fatigue or Burnout?
Our podcasters go live on Zoom and Facebook for the first time in our new month segment. You have heardContinue reading Ep 49: A Monthly Monday Movement Moment
We jumped on to record a podcast regarding a new reality due to COVID-19. Join Matt and Andrew as theyContinue reading Ep 42: Initial Reaction to COVID-19
While one of our Ephesiologists is galavanting around the world, we are taking a brief hiatus and invite you toContinue reading Ep 41: Spring Break
With the release of his new book, Ephesiology: The Study of the Ephesian Movement, Andrew sits down with Michael toContinue reading Ep 40: The Interview
How did the New Testament church sustain such fantastic growth? Join our podcasters as they look at the seven lettersContinue reading Ep 39: Sustaining a Movement
On this week’s podcast, hear what Matt Till is doing at Restoration Church. It isn’t perfect, but they are seeing a communityContinue reading Ep 38: Restoration Church
In our continuing study of a New Testament movement, we ask the question, “What did the movement look like?” JoinContinue reading Ep 37: The Anatomy of a Movement
Defining “disciple” and “discipleship” presents interesting issues in contemporary Christianity. Join our podcasters as they look at the New TestamentContinue reading Ep 36: Maturing Disciples of a movement, Part 2
“We are perfectly designed to achieve what we are seeing.” Join us as we explore this profound statement in ourContinue reading Ep 35: Interview with Alan Hirsch