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THE BIBLICAL MIND
By Dr. Vince Bantu & Dr. Dru Johnson on November 6, 2020
Dr. Vince Bantu explains how church history shows that biblical thought isn’t a product of a white man’s religion.
By Jon Collins & Dr. Dru Johnson & Celina Durgin on October 30, 2020
Jon Collins, Co-Founder of BibleProject, talks about using animated videos to teach viewers how to read the Bible.
Part of the Biblical Artist Series series
By Dr. Michelle Knight & Dr. Dru Johnson on October 23, 2020
The poetry in Scripture can be hard to understand. And, especially when it is embedded within a story, such as…
By Dr. Matthew J. Lynch & Dr. Dru Johnson on October 16, 2020
Instead of merely worrying about violence in the Old Testament, we could instead ask how Scripture is critiquing our use of violence.
By Dr. Luke Bobo & Dr. Dru Johnson on October 9, 2020
Dr. Luke Bobo talks about interpreting Scripture, the intersection of faith and work, and the church’s role in the economic order.
By Dr. Will Kynes & Dr. Dru Johnson on October 2, 2020
Since the 19th century, the term “wisdom literature” has been associated specifically with the books of Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job….
By Dr. Carmen Imes & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 25, 2020
In this episode, Dr. Carmen Imes discusses Old Testament laws, with a special focus on how modern Christians should read the Torah.
By Aimee Byrd & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 18, 2020
Author and speaker Aimee Byrd believes that a careful reading of the biblical texts should inform the church’s view on sex and gender.
Part of the A Gender Study: The Real Lives of Women and Men in the Bible series
By Dr. Heath Thomas & Dr. Dru Johnson on September 11, 2020
Dr. Johnson talks with Dr. Heath Thomas about reading Scripture with literary sensitivity and rejuvinated imaginations.
By Dr. Bryan W. Van Norden & Dr. Dru Johnson on August 28, 2020
Dr. Dru Johnson talks to Dr. Bryan Van Norden about expanding our definition of philosophy to challenge our own Western ways of thinking and to understand other cultures.
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