Title: Introducing Chapter, Verse, and Season
Date of Release: November 1, 2021
Luke, chapter 3…
First Corinthians, chapter…
This is Chapter, Verse, and Season: a Lectionary Podcast from Yale Bible Study.
Each episode, we put you in the room with two professors from Yale Divinity School.
…The Israelites quarreled and tested the Lord.
“They tested the Lord.”
They tested the Lord’s patience is what they tested…
They share their thoughts on texts from the Revised Common Lectionary that week.
…There has been an effort to understand the idea of the Body of Christ in this way.
Well, it’s interesting, isn’t it? We’ve actually come to the passage backwards…
I’m your host, Helena Martin, a student at Yale Divinity School and an Episcopal priest.
Join us every Monday if you’re preparing a sermon or a Bible study, or if you just want fresh ideas to frame your own reading of these texts.
…I’m thinking about Bonaventure’s The Soul’s Journey into God.
What a cool book!…
The professors bring you insights from their respective fields, including Bible:
…How does Jeremiah become useful for another generation of readers?
But also history:
Latin American Catholics needed a church that spoke to their specific local circumstances…
Theology and philosophy:
The theological mystery being brought to us is the mystery of the incarnation…
Art, ethics, homiletics:
…In Hebrew, is it a beautiful text?
It’s not hidden because it’s obscure; it’s hidden because it’s boundless…
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