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The Church’s Alarming Neglect of the Old Testament (Brent Strawn)

Americans Christians barely read the Old Testament. Brent Strawn suggests a way forward to overcome this growing issue.

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On Whether There Is Sacred Music (Delvyn Case)

Why do we think of some music as sacred music and some music as secular? Delvyn Case discusses how Christians view music.

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How to Enjoy Reading the Bible (Matthew Mullins)

To enjoy the Bible, Dr. Matthew Mullins wants us to read the it the way we read other great works of literature.

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Behind the Scenes: CHT Staff Tells All! (Dru, Amy, Celina)

Sometimes it’s good to take a step back—so this week, the Center for Hebraic Thought staff switched things up. Instead…

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The Biblical Authors vs. Greek Philosophy (Joseph Dodson)

Dr. Joseph Dodson joins Dru Johnson to discuss the interaction between the Greco-Roman philosophy and Scripture.

Slavery in the Old Testament

Understanding Slavery in the Old Testament—and Today (Myrto Theocharous)

Critics of Christianity, and even believers, point to the instances of slavery in the Old Testament as evidence of a…

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How the Translation of ‘Faith’ in the Bible Falls Short (Matt Bates)

Dr. Matthew Bates talks to Dru Johnson about the concept of faith in the Bible. (Hint—”faith” isn’t just mental assent to a truth.)

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You Mean Jesus Isn’t Literally a Vine? Metaphors in the Bible (Beth Stovell)

In this episode, Dr. Beth Stovell talks to Dr. Dru Johnson about the complex world of metaphors in the Bible.

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American Christians’ Peculiar View of Inerrancy—and Other Oddities (Mike Bird)

Dr. Dru Johnson interviews Dr. Mike Bird about peculiarities of some American theology and the different meanings of biblical inerrancy.

Ancient Israelite Government

Ancient Israelite Government in Modern Republics (Kyle Swan)

In this episode, Dr. Kyle Swan talks with Dru Johnson about the similarities between ancient Israelite government and republican forms of government.