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Doth Protest is a podcast on church history and how the theology of the 16th-century Reformers can inform us today. It is hosted by Episcopal priest Rev. Andrew Christiansen along with Stephen Burnett and Rev. James Rickenbaker. It also features interviews with theologians and scholars of church history. Show music is done by Aaron Shows. We can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and more. Follow us on Twitter @DothProtestPod FB & Instagram @doth.pro_ref.pod
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“I Doth Protest” is a podcast exploring the forms of resistance people take to stand up for what they believe in -- whether that resistance takes the form of protesting on a city street, the technology you do or don’t use, or what you buy and where you buy it. Each episode, we’ll help you make sense of the ever-shifting political climate by talking to people just like you.
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James and Andrew were delighted to be joined by Jon Moffit and Justin Perdue from the podcast Theocast. In this episode, we get into: 1) What distinguishes a Reformed Baptist from most typical Baptists in North America (which is rather similar to what distinguishes Anglicans like Andrew and James from many Anglicans in North America) 2) Discussing …
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The Most Rev'd Peter D. Robinson, Presiding Bishop of the United Episcopal Church of North America joins the podcast to discuss Philip Melanchthon's influence on 16th-century Anglicanism. Shownotes: -In this episode we frequently refer back to Bishop Peter's article "Melanchthon and Anglicanism" in The North American Anglican and Dewey D. Wallace, …
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Drew Nathaniel Keane (who previously appeared on the episode "Samuel L. Bray and Drew Keane on the 1662 Book of Common Prayer International Edition") comes back on the podcast to discuss his 2024 book How to Use the Book of Common Prayer that he authored along with Samuel Bray. We had a great conversation on the contents of the classic Prayer Book.…
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Doth Protest host Andrew delves into a recent series done on The Rest is History podcast about Martin Luther. Shownotes: Bernhard Lohse's book Martin Luther's Theology Steven Ozment's book The Age of Reform Erik Herrmann's article "Luther's Absorption of Medieval Biblical Interpretation and His Use of the Church Fathers" in The Oxford Handbook of M…
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The NIV, the RSV, the KJV? The Women's Bible, the Student's Bible, the Athlete's Bible, the Construction Worker's Bible? There's all kinds of Bibles out there, and where to start? Former guest of the pod the Rev. Jay Mills joins Andrew and James today. They each discuss the translations and editions of the Bible that they prefer, both for their own…
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An unintended multiple-sessions-in-the-making episode. James and Andrew revisit their favorite theologians list from two years ago and make some changes. James also fills us in on the research on church growth and travels he did during his sabbatical. Shownotes -James referenced Alister McGrath's book Narrative Apologetics: Sharing the Relevance, J…
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This is the third and final part of our series where we reviewed a set of statements put forth by the Episcopal Fellowship for Renewal. Shownotes: In this episode, Andrew mentions the article "Those Hyper-Politicized Evangelicals" by Timothy Dalrymple. James mentions the book Scandal of the Evangelical Mind by Mark A. Noll…
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James and Andrew dive into the Reformational distinction of Law and Gospel followed by a discussion on the 'uses' of the Law as they appear in Calvin's Institutes and in Luther's thought. Shownotes: The quotations on the three uses of the Law from Calvin are from Ford Lewis Battle's translation of Institutes of the Christian Religion Book 2, Chapte…
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Andrew is thankful for his doctoral-supervisor Dr. Paul Hinlicky coming on the podcast. In this episode, Dr. Hinlicky discusses one of his earliest theological interests: Karl Marx's reception of Martin Luther. Enjoy! We are thankful for Queen of the Sciences for cross listing this episode. About our guest: Paul R. Hinlicky is a Lutheran pastor, ec…
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Friend and co-host of the past Stephen Burnett joins Andrew to talk about a couple of interesting movements that have happened within, and perhaps on the fringes, of the church, and why they think both of these movements are missing something important. The beliefs and quotations that Stephen was referring to on the Right-Dividers came from this si…
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We took a break from our normal routine of Reformational history and theology. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Frank Hughes, a friend and colleague in ministry who served in the same diocese as him. Frank is also New Testament scholar who has recently co-written a book with his friend and fellow New Testament scholar the late Robert Jewett tit…
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We offer out apologies for people who listen to us via Spotify, who would not have been able to listen to our last couple of episodes. We initially had an issue with new episodes/updates appearing on Spotify because of our recent podcast host change. We have resolved the issue. This is our recent episode where Andrew and James go further down the l…
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We offer out apologies for people who listen to us via Spotify, who would not have been able to listen to our last couple of episodes. We initially had an issue with new episodes/updates appearing on Spotify because of our recent podcast host change. We have resolved the issue. This is our recent episode with Robert Kolb. Details below. We were ble…
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James, Andrew, and their friend and fellow Episcopal priest Kyle Tomlin (from previous episodes: Remembering Jim Nestingen and We Need to be Rescued) each discuss the 1953 film Martin Luther and the 2003 film Luther, and which one they each liked better of the two. Andrew then gives an overview of every movie made on Martin Luther from 1911 to 2017…
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James and Andrew review the "95 Theses to the Episcopal Church", a set of statements put forth by a group called the Episcopal Fellowship for Renewal. They explain their essential agreement with all (or nearly all) the statements but why they could not sign. Visit Episcopal Fellowship for Renewal and view these statements at episcopalrenewal.org…
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Author, speaker, and New Testament scholar Ian Paul joins the podcast today to break down where we get this concept of "blessings" from, and how blessings were understood in the Bible and in Jesus's ministry. Part of this episode entailed a discussion of Ian's recent blog post titled "What did Jesus do with bread?". Enjoy! The Rev. Dr. Ian Paul is …
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This is the second part of our conversation with Dr. Thomas E. Jacobson (the first part was published as the episode "The Nordic Reformation"). In this episode, Dr. Jacobson shares about his interest in the Norwegian Pietist leader Hans Nielsen Hauge (who became the focus of his doctoral dissertation) and how 'Haugean' movement later found its way …
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Dr. Thomas Jacobson, Assistant Professor of History at Institute of Lutheran Theology, comes on the podcast to discuss the Nordic Reformation, or how the Reformation transpired in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland- both its influence from, and similarities and differences with, the Reformation in Germany and other countries. Host Andrew especial…
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James and Andrew had a great discussion on "The Sacred Supper of Christ, and What It Brings to Us" from Calvin's Institutes (Book IV, Chapter XVII) The edition of the Institutes we read from is the two-volume Ford Lewis Battles translation from The Library of Christian Classics, Westminster John Knox Press. The quotation at the beginning of the epi…
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The Rev. Ben Crosby, a priest in the Episcopal Church serving in the Anglican Church of Canada, comes on Doth Protest to discuss why clergy and laity need not be shallow but deeply engage the Scriptures and our theological heritage. (We were a bit salty at times... but all in love.) This conversation was inspired by Ben's recent blog post on his Su…
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Samuel Bray and Drew Keane are the co-editors of the recent "new" edition of the classic English Book of Common Prayer. In this episode, they join Andrew and James to talk about this project and Thomas Cranmer's approach to liturgy (it really turned into mainly a discussion on Cranmer... which is always wonderful.) Samuel L. Pray is the John N. Mat…
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Cal Crucis joins Andrew today to discuss Cal's article "My Kingdom is Not of This World: A Critique of Cardinal Newman's Development of Doctrine" from The North American Anglican. We get into the Tractarian, Ritualist, and Anglo-Catholic movements that caused a tectonic shift in Anglicanism, and the role Newman played in this shift. Cal presents Ne…
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Prolific author and biblical scholar Michael F. Bird joins the podcast to discuss women in ministry, the Terminator movies, Bart Ehrman, and 90's-era John Barclay. This is the conversation theology nerds would dream of having, and Andrew and James (who are theology nerds, we must admit) were incredibly blessed to have such a conversation, one that …
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Zac Hicks joins James and Andrew today to discuss his latest book Worship by Faith Alone: Thomas Cranmer, the Book of Common Prayer, and the Reformation of Liturgy- a book that demonstrates that the Reformational teaching of ‘faith alone’ (or Sola Fide) was the driving force for Thomas Cranmer in his liturgical revision and in his composition of th…
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Dr. Matthew Barrett joins Andrew and James on the podcast today to discuss his new book The Reformation as Renewal: Retrieving the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church that will be released in June, 2023. Go here to order or pre-order a copy. In the episode, we do a deep dive into the historical setting of the Reformation, the intellectual and…
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The four hosts return to conclude the lists of their favorite hymns (some even written in our lifetimes).Shownotes:-The episode artwork is of William Holman Hunt's painting "The Triumph of the Innocents" mentioned by Stephen in connection with James's hymn. (Taken from Wiki Commons) -The quote about the text author of the hymn that Andrew mentioned…
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A last-minute put together episode from Andrew on a woman who mothered a highly regarded doctor and theologian of Western Christianity. This was inspired by the date of the recording being the appointed feast day for her. Tune in to hear why Andrew has personally been impacted by these two Christians who lived long ago but whose stories are timeles…
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Dr. Jack Kilcrease joins us again on the podcast to discuss Sola Scriptura and how it was classically understood in the 16th-century Reformation which may differ from what is came to mean by some Protestants later. We also get into what some of the straw man arguments against Sola Scriptura are, what the term 'Tradition' means in theological discou…
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The Rev. Jay Mills, retired Episcopal priest out of North Carolina, joins Andrew and James today to discuss a recent article he wrote titled "There and Back Again: Historical-Critical Skepticism and Renewed Faith" that was published in the Living Church. In the article, Jay shared about his growing up in the Episcopal Church, coming of age in the l…
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James joins to Andrew in this episode to discuss his recent article for EFAC-USA's blog "39+" titled "If Anglicanism is Everything, It's Nothing". Read the article here. We also discussed a recent article for Living Church from the Rev. David Beadle "Bibliolatry: the Exvangelical Boogeyman" Shownotes: When we discussed "literalism", Andrew referenc…
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The Rev. Bryan Jarrell recently wrote an article for Mockingbird about the Asbury Revival. We thank him for giving the time to be on Doth Protest Too Much to discuss what he wrote, as well as revivalism in general. Tune in for a great conversation. Bryan is the pastor of Epiphany Anglican Fellowship in Ligonier, PA. Check his other pieces he has wr…
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Deaconess Ellie Corrow and Dr. Bethany Kilcrease join the podcast to discuss their review of Beth Allison Barr's popular book The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth. Their review was published in 2021. Part 1 of their review can be read HERE. Part 2 of their review can be read HERE. Part 3 of their review…
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We were excited to have Todd Brewer, New Testament scholar and Managing Editor of Mockingbird, join us for a great talk that covered a lot of important ground. So great that Andrew could not even come up with a name other than the various things we talked about! Enjoy! Visit here to read more of Todd's work at Mockingbird. (We mention his MBird art…
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Dr. Suzanne Bray joins James and Andrew on this episode for an often unexplored but fascinating aspect of C.S. Lewis: his views on politics. Tune in for a great discussion! Dr. Bray is Professor of British Literature and Civilization at Lille Catholic University in the North of France. She has written extensively both in English and in French on C.…
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*The title for this may give away one of the hymns we discuss.* Drew, Stephen, James, and Charlie get together to go further down (or up?) their list of favorite hymns. The article from Musical Times about the tune that Drew talked about can be found here: https://www.jstor.org/stable/904112 We recommend www.hymnary.org as a helpful resource and da…
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On Dec. 31st, 2022, the Rev. Dr. James Nestingen went to be with our Lord. Nestingen was a leading scholar and authority on Martin Luther in North America. However, he was much more a pastor before anything else. Many have been blessed to know him, to study under him, and to drink scotch with him- including our (returning) guest today: the Rev. Kyl…
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Zac Neubauer joins the podcast again with Andrew to go over books we read over 2022- not necessarily books that were published in 2022 but books that we read over the course of that year. Tune in to hear our recommendations and opinions, and feel free to disagree! Rev. Zac Neubauer is the President of EFAC-USA (Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglica…
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"With any kind of history, there's a lot of empathy that has to be involved. You have to try to understand that there are objective issues but there's also the subjective: why people get caught up in this sort of thing, and any good history tries to deal with both." This was a statement from our guest Erik Herrmann on this episode about the controv…
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The title for the episode comes from our discussion on Charlie's hymn today. Andrew, James, and Charlie gather to go further down the list of their favorite hymns (or further up?). We did just two today as James and Andrew shared one. Stephen was unfortunately unable to join us but will be back with a double feature on the next part of this series.…
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"an antidote to all the self-help nonsense that weighs down our bookshelves and our self-regard" -These words from Nadia Bolz-Weber are about David Zahl's new book Low Anthropology: The Unlikely Key to a Gracious View of Others (and Yourself). David Zahl joins Andrew, Stephen, and James on this episode of Doth Protest Too Much for a great discussio…
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Notable Luther scholar and theologian Dr. Mark Mattes joins DPTM hosts Stephen Burnett and Rev. James Rickenbaker in this episode to discuss the importance of God's forgiveness and righteousness given to us by His efficacious Word. Dr. Mattes is Professor of Philosophy and Theology at Grand View College in Des Moines, Iowa, and has served congregat…
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Rev. Kyle Tomlin joins the podcast to discuss his longtime interests in comic books and superheroes. We discuss Spiderman, Green Lantern, Deadpool, Batman, Superman, the Watchmen, the Boys, and more. Andrew is a bit less seasoned in the comic book universe, so James and Kyle really carried the conversation today. But importantly, we explore what me…
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River Devereux joins Andrew on this episode of 'Doth Protest' for a helpful conversation about the Reformational understanding of Scripture's authority in relation to Creeds and Councils. River's recent work in the North American Anglican has generated great conversation and some controversy surrounding this topic. River's argument is: "our entire …
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What is heresy? Can it be understood sympathetically without condoning it? James and Stephen of 'Doth Protest' had a great discussion with Justin Holcomb on this topic. You are in for a fascinating and uplifting discussion. Justin is an Episcopal priest and has served as the Canon for Vocations in the Diocese of Central Florida since 2013. He teach…
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We go further down the list of our favorite hymns in this second of a five part series on sacred music. We give a huge thanks and shout out to Aaron Shows, James's brother-in-law, who played segments of all of the hymns we discuss on organ or piano. Please do not kill Andrew for mispronouncing your name today! We featured Aaron's music on the episo…
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"For a scholarly generation, students of Paul have confidently treated the sixteenth-century Reformers as Paul's 'misinterpreters-in-chief.' Now Stephen Chester's patient and learned treatment of the Reformers' Pauline exegesis exposes both their thoughtfulness and their potential as wise conversation partners in the present. This is a major contri…
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Zac Neubauer, President of Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion-USA, joins the podcast again, this time with Andrew and James to talk about some of the leading Evangelicals from Anglicanism's recent past including Charles Simeon, Charles McIlvaine, and John Stott. We also catch up about EFAC-USA in recent years. Zac has been president o…
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What does it mean for a Christian to live under both God and an earthly ruler? What are Christians supposed to do in everyday life situations that the Bible doesn't speak to or prescribe something directly for? These are just some of the questions that we explored in our latest episode. Dr. Littlejohn joins Stephen and Andrew on the podcast today t…
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Stephen, Charlie, James, and Andrew go through their favorite hymns in this first of a five part series on sacred music. We give a huge thanks and shout out to Aaron Shows, James's brother-in-law, who played segments of all of the hymns we discuss on organ or piano. We featured these segments on the episode as we introduced each one. Aaron is a fil…
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