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THE BIBLICAL MIND
By Dr. Dru Johnson & Celina Durgin on June 4, 2020
Celina Durgin asks Dru Johnson about the biblical principles that bear on policing in America, including the use of force and systemic racism.
By Dr. Jaco Gericke & Dr. Dru Johnson on May 26, 2020
Dru talks to Dr. Jaco Gericke about his recent book, why he doesn’t call himself an atheist, and how he went from disliking Old Testament studies to specializing in it.
By Dr. Jeremiah Unterman & Dr. Dru Johnson on May 19, 2020
Dr. Jerry Unterman discusses his university years and his most recent work on the unique contribution of ethics in the Bible to the ancient world.
By Dr. Jonathan Pennington & Dr. Dru Johnson on May 14, 2020
Stoic philosophy has a reputation for clear-eyed realism, but CHT fellow Dr. Jonathan Pennington explains why he thinks Jesus’ teachings are more in touch with reality.
By Dr. Benjamin White & Dr. Dru Johnson on April 15, 2020
How honesty across the Bible about the weakness and struggles of the human condition is helpful for dealing with anxiety today.
By Dr. Michael Rhodes & Dr. Dru Johnson on March 25, 2020
Economic thought in the modern world is shaped by the conventions and practices of our Western culture. We see people…
By Rev. Dr. Peter Leithart on March 12, 2020
On February 15, Rev. Dr. Peter Leithart joined the Center for Hebraic Thought and a group of about 20 professors,…
By Rev. Dr. Peter Leithart on February 25, 2020
The Christian tradition describes God as “perfect”—but how the Bible describes this perfection might surprise us. When we think of…
By Dr. Jeremiah Unterman on February 4, 2020
Rabbi Dr. Jeremiah Unterman delivers a public lecture for the Center for Hebraic Thought on November 1st, 2019, examining moral…
By Dr. Dru Johnson on December 17, 2019
When we read the Bible, we have a tendency to disconnect the New Testament from the Old Testament—perhaps it’s because…
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