Dr. Beth Stovell is professor of Old Testament at Ambrose Seminary in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A few years ago, Stovell delivered a paper entitled “Read This Writing and Tell Me What It Means” at the Society of Vineyard Scholars Conference. … Continue reading
Dr. Miryam Brand, a teacher and researcher specializing in the area of Second Temple period literature, has posted two podcasts on intergenerational punishment in the Hebrew Bible. Click to listen to each one below, and be sure to check out … Continue reading
Listen to Dr. Annette Yoshiko Reed’s discussion, “Forgetting Ancient Jewish Sciences” by clicking here. “Annette Yoshiko Reed (Associate Professor, New York University) has particular interest in angels and demons, the afterlives of Second Temple traditions in late antiquity, and Jewish … Continue reading
Dr. Cheryl B. Anderson is Professor of Old Testament at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. In this video she offers a helpful discussion on law in the Old Testament. A good resource for students.
Dr. Mary Katherine Hom has a Th.M. from Regent University and Ph.D. from University of Cambridge. Hom is the author of The Characterization of the Assyrians in Isaiah: Synchronic and Diachronic Perspectives. Recently, she was interviewed by OnScript to discuss … Continue reading
Dr. Beverly Gaventa is New Testament professor at Princeton Theological Seminary.
A Yale University Intro to OT course with Dr. Christine Hayes is available to the public on YouTube. See the first class below. For all lectures click here.
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.