THE BIBLICAL MIND
New CHT fellow Dr. Vince Bantu of Fuller Theological Seminary is back on the podcast, this time to discuss the how historically…
Starting 10/22: “By the Oppressed to the Oppressed: How the Marginalized Church Reads the Bible,” featuring Vince Bantu, Esau McCaulley,…
Faculty from The PIllar Seminary discuss how Pillar’s unique approach to seminary and studying Scripture ultimately transforms students.
By Dr. Jen Rosner & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 30, 2021
Jen Rosner discusses the implications of Jesus’ Judaism for the church and for our understanding of the New Testament today.
By Daniel Silliman & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 24, 2021
Daniel Silliman, author of Reading Evangelicals, discusses how popular Christian books such as Left Behind have influenced evangelicalism.
By Dr. Brent Strawn & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 17, 2021
Brent Strawn discusses how misconceptions have seeped their way into the church, affecting their views of Scripture, God, and their faith.
By Dr. Cyndi Parker & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 10, 2021
Join us this week as Cyndi Parker shares about maps, the Middle East, and why context matters for the student of Scripture.
By Dr. Matthew Mullins & Dr. Chip Hardy & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 3, 2021
How does reading the psalms as poetry help us to understand them? Chip Hardy and Matt Mullins discuss psalm 93.
By Dr. Dominick S. Hernández & Dr. Dru Johnson on August 19, 2021
Many Christians have extolled the “Proverbs 31 woman,” but that proverb must be read in context, or we might miss what it’s about.
By Steve A. Prince & Dr. Dru Johnson on August 13, 2021
Steve Prince knew he wanted to be an artist since he was five years old. Art can be a powerful…
Part of the Biblical Artist Series series
By Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm & Dr. Dru Johnson on August 6, 2021
Rabbi Dr. Ari Lamm returns to continue discussing the fascinating and fruitful ways that Jews approach studying Scripture.
By Dr. Jeffrey P. García & Dr. Dru Johnson on July 30, 2021
Dr. Jeffrey Garcia discusses the overlooked practice of ancient Jewish pilgrimage that forms some historical context of the biblical world.
By Dr. John C. Peckham & Dr. Dru Johnson on July 22, 2021
If God is sovereign, what is the point of prayer? John C. Peckham answers this and other questions about prayer in this episode.
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