Understanding the Deep Structures of Scripture
By Michael Thomson & Dr. Dru Johnson on January 29, 2021
Michael Thomson, Acquisitions Editor at Wipf and Stock Publishers, discusses the joys and struggles of the writing and publishing process.
By Dr. Aaron Koller & Dr. Dru Johnson on January 22, 2021
The story of God’s command to Abraham to sacrifice Isaac (also known as the Akedah) in Genesis 22 is one…
By Dr. David Lambert on January 15, 2021
Repentance isn’t just about having a contrite heart. In this episode, Dr. David Lambert explores the nature of true repentance in the Bible.
By Jen Wilkin & Dr. Dru Johnson & Celina Durgin on January 8, 2021
Jen Wilkin challenges the practice of “quiet time,” saying that it can actually undermine Bible literacy. She proposes an alternative.
By Dr. Cynthia Shafer-Elliott & Dr. Dru Johnson on January 1, 2021
Biblical archeology can reveal everything from ancient Israelites’ family structures to their acquaintance with daily struggle for survival.
By Dr. Esau McCaulley & Dr. Dru Johnson on December 25, 2020
This episode is reproduced from a November interview on the OnScript podcast, courtesy of OnScript. Dr. Dru Johnson interviews Dr….
December 18, 2020
Note: This special episode is of lower audio quality than usual. It is a live recording of an event. Those…
By Sandra Bowden & Dr. Dru Johnson & Ned Bustard on December 11, 2020
Sandra Bowden uses Scripture, Hebrew lettering, and Christian artifacts in her biblical art to express God’s relationship with his creation.
Part of the Biblical Artist Series series
By Caio Peres & Dr. Dru Johnson on December 4, 2020
Caio Peres explains how the reality of trauma and poverty in Brazil provides a lens for viewing the Bible’s concern for social flourishing.
By John Hendrix & Dr. Dru Johnson on November 20, 2020
In this episode, New York Times best-selling author John Hendrix talks about being a Christian illustrator and designer.
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