It’s been a busy week. I interviewed Kevin Miller on Sunday (that’s my most recent podcast).
On Monday to Friday I taught a one week modular class in systematic theology. That’s thirty four hours of lecturing in a week. (As I write the students are studying in preparation for a final that begins in 23 minutes. I don’t envy them. Final exams ain’t much fun.)
On Tuesday I interviewed theologian Michael Hardin for my podcast. That will be up in a couple weeks. It’s a really interesting interview.
Yesterday evening I spoke in Camrose (an hour outside Edmonton) on a panel discussing “Hellbound?”. My fellow panelists were theologians Eugene Boe and David Goa. It was a fun evening with a collegial spirit and a good time was had by all.
Finally this morning I did a radio interview on heaven with the Mike Dutko Show in Detroit. I’ve been on Dutko’s show four (or five?) times now and always enjoy myself. In the last thirty seconds of the interview he asked me to explain how folks in heaven can be happy with the damned in hell. Thirty seconds! You gotta love radio, if only to hear those being interviewed squirm under impossible circumstances! (Incidentally, I do have a chapter discussing just that question.)