Episode 43: In this episode, we continue our discussion with Bob Yarbrough on populist and elitist approaches to biblical interpretation. He addresses this issue in his book Clash of Visions published by Christian Focus.
Episode 42: In this episode, we sit down with Bob Yarbrough to discuss contrasting approaches to biblical interpretation today: elitism vs. populism. The former has encouraged many to abandon the Christian heritage; the latter has informed the largest numeric increase of professing Christians in world history. He addresses this issue in his book Clash of Visions published by Christian Focus.
Episode 41: In this episode, we sit down with Ben Gladd to discuss commentaries. He and Andreas Köstenberger also introduce the newly updated Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (EEC) series published by Lexham. Dr. Gladd is associate professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary.
Episode 38: In this episode, Andreas Köstenberger sits down with Ben Witherington to reflect on his career as a biblical scholar and discuss his book Biblical Theology: The Convergence of the Canon published by Cambridge University Press. Dr. Witherington is the Jean R. Amos Professor of New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary.
Episode 37: In this episode we discuss the book of Revelation with Dr. Brian Tabb and his book All Things New: Revelation as Canonical Capstone published in the New Studies in Biblical Theology series by IVP Academic. Dr. Tabb serves as Academic Dean and Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Bethlehem College & Seminary and general editor of Themelios published by The Gospel Coalition.
Episode 36: In this episode we discuss biblical theology with Dr. Benjamin Gladd and his book From Adam and Israel to the Church: A Biblical Theology of the People of God published by IVP Academic. Dr. Gladd is associate professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary and editor of the Essential Studies in Biblical Theology series.
Episode 35: In this episode we discuss approaching wisdom literature with Dr. Will Kynes and his book An Obituary for “Wisdom Literature” published by Oxford University Press. Dr. Kynes is Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Samford University.