Tag: mere fidelity

Mere Fidelity: Refugees

The full cast discusses the issue of refugees, particularly overseas. Alastair has previously written on the situation here.

/ September 22, 2015

Mere Fidelity: Hermeneutics

Derek Rishmawy is joined by Andrew Wilson and Alastair Roberts, leaving Matthew Lee Anderson out of the equation this week. They tackle Christ-centered hermeneutics, with particular reference to Tim Keller’s work. If you enjoyed the show (AND ONLY IF), leave...

/ September 15, 2015

Mere Fidelity: Sermon

A couple of months back, the podcast looked at the age-old question: Should Women Preach? Matt, Alastair, and Andrew are back to discuss sermons more broadly, rather than weighing in on who or who should not be preaching them. If you...

/ September 1, 2015

Mere Fidelity: After Obergefell

The usual crew expresses how grateful they are to have actual contact with Matthew Lee Anderson (who is off of Twitter, in case you hadn’t noticed). Then they get to the topic at hand: the Obergefell v. Hodges decision. Matt has previously...

/ August 4, 2015

Mere Fidelity: The Pastor Theologian

Derek and Alastair are joined this week by guests Dr. Kevin Vanhoozer and Gerald Hiestand. They’ve each co-written books (different books, no less), which you can find here and here.  In their discussion, they talk a bit about the Center...

/ July 7, 2015

Mere Fidelity: What Adoption Is and Isn’t

Today, the folks of Mere Fidelity tackle adoption. We’re drawing on the following text from Oliver O’Donovan’s Begotten or Made: Adoption is not procreation, and does not fulfil the procreative good of marriage. It is a charitable vocation indicated to childless copules...

/ August 6, 2014