Yesterday, I had the privilege of hearing Dr. Timothy George speak on a combination of subjects in which he very apparently delights: Scripture and the Reformers. Here is a short video interview with Dr. George, the General Editor of the Reformation Commentary on Scripture, which draws out his enthusiasm for this dual-delight and how this new Commentary series can serve the Church by retrieving for her sake the rich exegesis of Scripture by the Reformers. As Dr. George concludes, "[These are] retrieved for the sake of renewal; the renewal of the church, the renewal of the body of Christ."
I was also glad to hear a few words from Dr. George's colleague at Beeson Divinity School, Dr. David Hogg, volume editor of Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, Job. I enjoyed meeting Dr. Hogg a few years ago and sitting in on one of his Church History classes during a visit to SEBTS.
Watch the video below.
The Reformation Commentary on Scripture from InterVarsity Press on Vimeo.
Learn more about this series at InterVarsity Press - Retrieved for Renewal: Introduction the Reformation Commentary on Scripture.
Timothy George, Reading Scripture with the Reformers, RCS (IVP, 2011).
_____, Theology of the Reformers, (B&H Academic, 1999).
David S. Hogg, Anselm of Canterbury: The Beauty of Theology, Great Theologians Series (Ashgate Pub, 2004).