Nov 9, 2020 • 1HR 0M

On the necessity and profundity of theological slow-cooking with Dr. Jason Duesing.

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In this episode of the Ministry Minded Podcast, I am thrilled to be talking with the Provost and Professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Dr. Jason Duesing, to talk about the necessity of ministerial training and theological slow-cooking.

Dr. Duesing resides in Kansas City, Missouri with his wife and four children. There he serves as the academic Provost and Professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary (MBTS). You can find a collection of his writings, remarks, publications, and talks by following his blog, Footnotes.


Mere Hope: Life in an Age of Cynicism, Jason G. Duesing

The Theological Educator as Sherpa,” Jason G. Duesing

The SBC and the 21st Century: Reflection, Renewal, & Recommitment, Jason K. Allen

Sola: How the Five Solas Are Still Reforming the Church, Jason K. Allen

The Weight of Glory: And Other Addresses, C. S. Lewis

The Monsters and the Critics: And Other Essays, J. R. R. Tolkien

Gospel Deeps: Reveling in the Excellencies of Jesus, Jared C. Wilson

Tolkien’s advice for preachers,” article by yours truly

Grace: So Much More Than You Know and So Much Better Than You Think, Brad J. Gray


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Intro music: “Explorers (Instrumental Version)” by The Midnight, The Midnight Music LLC, 2018.

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