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THE BIBLICAL MIND
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.
By Dr. James K. Hoffmeier & Dr. Dru Johnson on August 21, 2020
In this episode, Dr. Dru Johnson talks with Dr. James K. Hoffmeier about Egyptology and whether there was a historical exodus.
By Ned Bustard & Dr. Dru Johnson on August 17, 2020
In this episode, Dru Johnson talks with Ned Bustard about Christianity and art, and Ned’s book Revealed: A Storybook Bible for Grown-Ups.
Part of the Biblical Artist Series series
By Dr. Scott Harrower & Dr. Dru Johnson on July 8, 2020
Dr. Scott Harrower talks to Dru about how Scripture can guide the church to comfort and established trust with traumatized people.
By Dr. Joshua Berman & Dr. Dru Johnson on June 26, 2020
We typically assume that belief, religion, and law in the Bible mirror our modern Western concepts. Dr. Joshua Berman wants to challenge this assumption.
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.
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