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Bible Scholarship Podcast

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Bible Scholarship Podcast
Bible Scholarship Podcast

Bible Scholarship Podcast

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Latest Episodes

Deconstructing the Chronology of Jesus - Bas van Os

Bas van Os of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam argues that scholars have too narrow a set of criteria for judging the probable date of Jesus' life. Lecture delivered atSBL/AARin San Antonio in Fall 2016. Here's a link to download a PDF of the handout for this lecture. Or see it below:

-1 s2016 DEC 20
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Deconstructing the Chronology of Jesus - Bas van Os

Rethinking the Date of the Last Supper in John - Brant Pitre

Brant Pitre of Notre Dame gives a lecture on the dating of the Last Supper in the Gospel of John. While John has long been interpreted as having a different dating scheme for the Last Supper and the Crucifixion, Pitre argues that this is a misinterpretation. Pitre's latest book, Jesus and the Last Supper, delves into this and other related questions at greater length, and is mentioned in the lecture.Lecture delivered at SBL/AAR in San Antonio in Fall 2016. Here is a PDF of the handout for this lecture. You can also view it below:

-1 s2016 DEC 20
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Rethinking the Date of the Last Supper in John - Brant Pitre

The Kingdom of God - NT Wright

A lecture on the political theology of the New Testament by NT Wright. Delivered in 2015 at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Source.

-1 s2016 MAR 3
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The Kingdom of God - NT Wright

How Paul Invented Christian Theology - NT Wright

New Testament scholar and Anglican bishop NT Wright describes the origins of Christian theology in the works of St. Paul. Lecture delivered at the Lanier Theological Library Chapel in Houston, Texas, in 2014. Source.

-1 s2016 MAR 3
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How Paul Invented Christian Theology - NT Wright

Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? - NT Wright

Lecture from New Testament scholar NT Wright on the historical reality of Jesus' resurrection. Delivered at the Roanoke College Center for Religion. Source.

-1 s2016 MAR 3
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Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? - NT Wright

Paul and the Faithfulness of God - NT Wright

An interview with New Testament scholar NT Wright about his views of Paul. Covers material from Wright's books, Paul and the Faithfulness of Godand The Paul Debate. Source(Westminster Theological Centre).

-1 s2016 MAR 2
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Paul and the Faithfulness of God - NT Wright

Theology of the Land in the New Testament - Gary Burge

A lecture on themes of descent from Abraham and inheritance of the Holy Land in the New Testament, from Wheaton College New Testament professor Gary Burge. Delivered at theChrist at the Checkpoint conference in Israel-Palestine.

-1 s2014 OCT 2
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Theology of the Land in the New Testament - Gary Burge

The Development of the Written Text of the Hebrew and Greek Bibles - Emmanuel Tov

A lecture on the origins and development of the text of the Hebrew Bible by professor Emmanuel Tov.

-1 s2014 OCT 2
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The Development of the Written Text of the Hebrew and Greek Bibles - Emmanuel Tov

The Sea of Galilee Boat - Shelley Wachsman

In 1986, a 2,000-year-old boat was discovered in Israel on the banks of the Sea of Galilee. The vessel is representative of the large fishing boats common on the ancient lake, and the type of boat used in the Gospels by the disciples of Jesus. It is also the type of boat used by the Jews in the brutal nautical Battle of Migdal in AD 67 against a makeshift Roman fleet. The lecture describes the adventure of the boat's discovery and excavation, and delves into the revealing research about the vessel and its milieu. Original video here.

-1 s2014 AUG 14
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The Sea of Galilee Boat - Shelley Wachsman

New Light on the Biblical Philistines: Recent Study on the Frenemies of Ancient Israel - Aren Maeir

Lecture on new archaeological findings about the Philistines, delivered by Aren Maeir.Aren Maeir is a professor at Bar Ilan University and director of the Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project. Born in 1958 in Rochester, New York, USA, he moved to Israel in 1969 and has lived there since. Original videohere.

-1 s2014 AUG 14
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New Light on the Biblical Philistines: Recent Study on the Frenemies of Ancient Israel - Aren Maeir

Latest Episodes

Deconstructing the Chronology of Jesus - Bas van Os

Bas van Os of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam argues that scholars have too narrow a set of criteria for judging the probable date of Jesus' life. Lecture delivered atSBL/AARin San Antonio in Fall 2016. Here's a link to download a PDF of the handout for this lecture. Or see it below:

-1 s2016 DEC 20
Comments
Deconstructing the Chronology of Jesus - Bas van Os

Rethinking the Date of the Last Supper in John - Brant Pitre

Brant Pitre of Notre Dame gives a lecture on the dating of the Last Supper in the Gospel of John. While John has long been interpreted as having a different dating scheme for the Last Supper and the Crucifixion, Pitre argues that this is a misinterpretation. Pitre's latest book, Jesus and the Last Supper, delves into this and other related questions at greater length, and is mentioned in the lecture.Lecture delivered at SBL/AAR in San Antonio in Fall 2016. Here is a PDF of the handout for this lecture. You can also view it below:

-1 s2016 DEC 20
Comments
Rethinking the Date of the Last Supper in John - Brant Pitre

The Kingdom of God - NT Wright

A lecture on the political theology of the New Testament by NT Wright. Delivered in 2015 at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Source.

-1 s2016 MAR 3
Comments
The Kingdom of God - NT Wright

How Paul Invented Christian Theology - NT Wright

New Testament scholar and Anglican bishop NT Wright describes the origins of Christian theology in the works of St. Paul. Lecture delivered at the Lanier Theological Library Chapel in Houston, Texas, in 2014. Source.

-1 s2016 MAR 3
Comments
How Paul Invented Christian Theology - NT Wright

Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? - NT Wright

Lecture from New Testament scholar NT Wright on the historical reality of Jesus' resurrection. Delivered at the Roanoke College Center for Religion. Source.

-1 s2016 MAR 3
Comments
Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? - NT Wright

Paul and the Faithfulness of God - NT Wright

An interview with New Testament scholar NT Wright about his views of Paul. Covers material from Wright's books, Paul and the Faithfulness of Godand The Paul Debate. Source(Westminster Theological Centre).

-1 s2016 MAR 2
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Paul and the Faithfulness of God - NT Wright

Theology of the Land in the New Testament - Gary Burge

A lecture on themes of descent from Abraham and inheritance of the Holy Land in the New Testament, from Wheaton College New Testament professor Gary Burge. Delivered at theChrist at the Checkpoint conference in Israel-Palestine.

-1 s2014 OCT 2
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Theology of the Land in the New Testament - Gary Burge

The Development of the Written Text of the Hebrew and Greek Bibles - Emmanuel Tov

A lecture on the origins and development of the text of the Hebrew Bible by professor Emmanuel Tov.

-1 s2014 OCT 2
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The Development of the Written Text of the Hebrew and Greek Bibles - Emmanuel Tov

The Sea of Galilee Boat - Shelley Wachsman

In 1986, a 2,000-year-old boat was discovered in Israel on the banks of the Sea of Galilee. The vessel is representative of the large fishing boats common on the ancient lake, and the type of boat used in the Gospels by the disciples of Jesus. It is also the type of boat used by the Jews in the brutal nautical Battle of Migdal in AD 67 against a makeshift Roman fleet. The lecture describes the adventure of the boat's discovery and excavation, and delves into the revealing research about the vessel and its milieu. Original video here.

-1 s2014 AUG 14
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The Sea of Galilee Boat - Shelley Wachsman

New Light on the Biblical Philistines: Recent Study on the Frenemies of Ancient Israel - Aren Maeir

Lecture on new archaeological findings about the Philistines, delivered by Aren Maeir.Aren Maeir is a professor at Bar Ilan University and director of the Tell es-Safi/Gath Archaeological Project. Born in 1958 in Rochester, New York, USA, he moved to Israel in 1969 and has lived there since. Original videohere.

-1 s2014 AUG 14
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New Light on the Biblical Philistines: Recent Study on the Frenemies of Ancient Israel - Aren Maeir