Mariottini v. Boyd

First of all, I have to confess that the v. as in Mariottini v. Boyd is misleading.

The fact is that on Monday, November 25, I will have a dialogue with Greg Boyd about his book Crucifixion of the Warrior God. The main focus of our dialogue will be on the character of the God of the Old Testament. The dialogue will be on Northern Seminary’s weekly podcast “Theology and Mission podcast” with David Fitch and Mike Moore.

I have written a series of posts on Greg’s book:

Studies on Gregory Boyd and the Crucifixion of the Warrior God

In this podcast Greg and I will have an opportunity for the first time to discuss some of the issues covered in his book. My focus on this dialogue will be on the character of God.

The podcast will be on Monday, November 25 at 2:30 p.m. At a later date I will make a link to the podcast available to readers.

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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Studies on Gregory Boyd and the Character of God

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 1: Introduction

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 2: A Merciful and Gracious God

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 3: Exodus 20:5 – The Second Commandment

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 4: The Intergenerational Punishment Statement

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 5 – Exodus 34:7 – “Leave Me Alone”

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 6 – Exodus 34:7 – “The Day I Settle Accounts”

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 7 – The Case of the Twelve Spies – Part 1

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 8 – The Case of the Twelve Spies – Part 2

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 9 – The Deuteronomic Revision – Part 1

Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 10 – The Deuteronomic Revision – Part 2

NEXT: “Greg Boyd and the Character of God – Part 11 – Jeremiah’s Reinterpretation of the Intergenerational Punishment Statement.”

Other Posts on Gregory Boyd

Greg Boyd and the Commander of the Army of Yahweh – Part 1

Greg Boyd and the Commander of the Army of Yahweh – Part 2

Greg Boyd and the Genocidal God

Greg Boyd and the Practice of Ripping Open Pregnant Women

Greg Boyd and the Alien Work of God

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5 Responses to Mariottini v. Boyd

  1. Pingback: Mariottini v. Boyd — Dr. Claude Mariottini – Professor of Old Testament | Talmidimblogging

  2. David Fitch says:

    Claude … to be more exact (Northern has more than one podcast)… this will be on “Theology and Mission podcast” with David Fitch and Mike Moore. 🙂

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  3. Frank says:

    Clarification please. At the start of the post it is stated that the discussion will be on January 25 and towards the end of the post it is stated that the discussion will be on November 25. Which is it?

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    • Frank,

      Thank you for this correction. The dialogue with Boyd will be on Monday, November 25, 2019 at 2:30 p.m.

      It is amazing what your eyes can see. My editor and I read the draft before the post was published and we did not catch the error. You are a keen reader.

      Claude Mariottini

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