This episode is a crossover episode with the Good Doctor Daniel Kirk (of the LectioCast fame).

How high was the early church’s Christology? Daniel is on this podcast to talk about his new book A Man Attested by Godand answers this very question. This book is a bit oppositional. The Good Doctor is taking on very trendy New Testament scholars and early church theologians around the emergence of a high Christology early in the history of the church. He discusses:

  • Why have these early high Christologies become so popular?
  • What is the place of Jesus’ humanity?
  • How did we even end up with these gospels in the first place?
  • And what makes Jesus unique and distinct?

Tripp also has three very big concerns about Daniel’s book, since Daniel had three very big concerns about Tripp’s book (which you can purchase in ebook form for $2.99 along with the HBC Guide to God and End Times…)

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