Biblical World Episodes

  • Five Views on the Exodus (pt 3) – Gary Rendsburg
    Episode: This is part 3 of our 5 part look at five views on the exodus from Egypt. In this episode, Gary Rendsburg presents the 12th century BC view. Hosts: Mark Janzen (Louisiana College) and Chris McKinny (Gesher Media) Guest: Gary A. Rendsburg (Rutgers University) Summary: In this episode, Mark and Chris interview Gary Rendsburg about the […]
  • Architecture of the City of David – Chris McKinny & Mary Buck
    Hosts: Mary Buck (Shepherd’s Seminary) and Chris McKinny (Gesher Media) Summary: In this episode, Mary and Chris discuss the following: – The topography of ancient Jerusalem. – The history of research related to the “Millo” in Jerusalem (Judg 9:6, 20; 2 Sam 5:9; 1 Kgs 9:15, 24; 11:27; 2 Kgs 12:20; 1 Chr 11:8; 2 Chr 32:5). […]
  • Difficult Words of Jesus in their World – Amy-Jill Levine
    Episode: In this episode Jewish scholar Amy-Jill Levine engages some of Jesus’ words that his followers then and now have found difficult. Jesus instructs disciples to hate members of their own families (Luke 14:26), to act as if they were slaves (Matthew 20:27), and to sell their belongings and give to the poor (Luke 18:22). […]
  • Five Views on the Exodus (pt 2) – Scott Stripling
    Episode: This episode continues our series on five views on the exodus based on a book by that named that Biblical World host Mark Janzen just edited. Our second guest in this series is Scott Stripling, who presents the early (15th century) exodus view. Hosts: Mark Janzen (Louisiana College) and Chris McKinny (Gesher Media) Guest: Scott Stripling serves as the […]
  • Five Views on the Exodus – Ron Hendel
    Episode: This begins the first of a series on five views on the exodus based on a book by that named that Biblical World host Mark Janzen just edited. Our first guest in this series is Ron Hendel, who presents the cultural memory view.  Hosts: Mark Janzen (Louisiana College) and Chris McKinny (Gesher Media) Guest: Ron […]

Cohosts

Cohosts

Please share the OnScript goodness :)