Welcome to season 2 of Down Under Theology, a podcast equipping and encouraging Australian Christians to get down and under the theology impacting the life and mission of the church.
In episode 15 we dive into the books of Jeremiah and Lamentations. Jeremiah is often called the “weeping prophet” and these books have a lot to say about God's judgement on his people because they have broken his covenant. We have a discussion about the covenant, and the hope of its renewal. We also look at the work of Lamentations and give thoughts on how to read and teach such sobering books fruitfully.
In Season 2, we'll be going over each book of the Bible, bringing out the big ideas, themes, and implications for the life and mission of the church.
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- Allister Lum Mow (@allisterlm)
- Cameron Clausing (@cam_clausing)
- Murray Smith
- Nick Rabe
S2 Episode 15 – Show Notes
- Swain, S., “New Covenant Theologies,” in Covenant Theology: Biblical, Theological, and Historical Perspectives, ed. G. P. Waters, J. N. Reid and J. R. Muether (Wheaton: Crossway, 2020), 551–70.
Recommended Resources –
- Mouth Full of Fire: The Word of God in the words of Jeremiah by Andrew G. Shead
- Five Festal Garments by Barry G. Webb
- Rejoicing in Lament: Wrestling with Incurable Cancer and Life in Christ by J. Todd Billings
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