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Economic Thought in the Bible

Economic thought in the modern world is shaped by the conventions and practices of our Western culture. We see people…

Is God Perfect? Does that Matter? Peter Leithart Workshop

On February 15, Rev. Dr. Peter Leithart joined the Center for Hebraic Thought and a group of about 20 professors,…

Dr. Peter Leithart Lecture

Is God Perfect? Does that Matter? Peter Leithart Lecture

The Christian tradition describes God as “perfect” —but how this perfection is described by the Bible may look different from…

Dr. Jeremiah Unterman

Moral Progress in the Bible?

Rabbi Dr. Jeremiah Unterman delivers a public lecture for the Center for Hebraic Thought on November 1st, 2019, examining moral…

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Hebraic Thought in Christmas, Part 2: Humble Moms and Shepherds

 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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Baby Yoda, Christmas, and Hebrew Narrative

With the release of The Mandalorian, Disney+, and Episode IX, American culture is saturated with Star Wars. Perhaps the characters…

Christmas tree and "CHT Podcast"

Hebraic Thought in Christmas, Part 1: Endangered Babies

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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Should Christians Keep the Idea of ‘Calling’?

In this episode, Dr. Dru Johnson talks with Dr. Eric Smith and Dr. Scott Booth (of Pillar Seminary) about the…

Dr. Jeremiah Unterman

Hebrew Ethics: Radical in the Ancient Near East, Yet So Familiar to Us

Many of our modern ethical concepts—including repentance, forgiveness, and justice—are ideas that we take for granted, regardless of our stated…

Dr. Eric Smith

Genesis as Rationality in the Ancient Near East

Dru talks with Eric about how Hebrews reasoned through concepts in light of the ancient Near East.