Dr. Beverly Gaventa is New Testament professor at Princeton Theological Seminary. Advertisements
Dr. Lynn Cohick discusses her commentary on Philippians. Cohick is Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College. See also her lecture below entitled “‘We are the Circumcision’: Philippians 3 and the Christian Life”
Dr. Karen H. Jobes was Gerald F. Hawthorne Professor of New Testament and Exegesis at Wheaton College and Graduate School from 2005-2015. Prior to that she taught at Westminster Theological Seminary .Among other publications, she is the author of a commentary … Continue reading
The Rev. Dr. Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder share her brief thoughts on Mark 6:1-13. Crowder is professor of New Testament Studies at Belmont University.
Dr. Rebekah Eklund is Assistant Professor of Theology at Loyola University Maryland. Her most recent publication is Jesus Wept: The Significance of Jesus’ Laments in the New Testament.
Amy-Jill Levine presents on “Who Did They Say He Was? Jesus in Text and Context” at Westminster Town Hall, Minneapolis (March 31, 2015). The lecture explores how first century Jews perceived Jesus. Levine is University Professor of New Testament and … Continue reading
At a Society of Biblical Literature Conference, Nijay Gupta interviewed Dr. Susan Eastman on Philippians and other work she is doing. Eastman is Associate Research Professor of New Testament at Duke University Divinity School. Below is an excerpt from the … Continue reading
Dr. Mariam J. Kamell is Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies at Regent College in Vancouver, BC.
Dr. Marianne Meye Thompson is George Eldon Ladd Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary. In this video, she discusses what the New Testament indicates about Jesus in relationship to human flourishing. The presentation is a project of the … Continue reading
Laura Nasrallah, professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Harvard Divinity School, gives a brief taste of a course she offers as she discusses the Apostle Paul’s letters and why she decided to study early Christianity.