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  • Dominick Hernández – Pathways to Wisdom

    Episode: Proverbs is one of the most misunderstood books in the Old Testament. It’s often treated as a self-help guide or as a collection of promises. Dominick Hernández challenges us […]

  • Beth Allison Barr – The Making of Biblical Womanhood

    Beth Allison Barr is on the show to talk about her new book, The Making of Biblical Womanhood.

  • Walter Brueggemann – Exodus and Liberation

    Walter Brueggemann is on the show to talk about his life as a biblical scholar, as well as his recent book Delivered Out of Empire - Pivotal Moments in the Book of Exodus (WJK Press, 2021).

  • (Biblical World) Mary Buck – Ugarit and the Bible

    After being forgotten for over 3000 years, the ancient city of Ugarit was rediscovered by archaeologists in 1929. Perhaps the greatest find from the site was the stash of over 2500 texts written in the ancient language of Ugaritic, texts which illuminated the history of the ancient world and the life of the local inhabitants.  Join hosts Mary Buck and Chris McKinny as they discuss the ancient site of Ugarit which ruled over the Northern Levant from 1800 BCE to 1200 BCE.

  • (Biblical World) Karnak and Egyptology – Mark Janzen

    Episode: This episode discusses whether it’s possible to recover scenes from the Israel/Merneptah Stele, as well as cutting edge technology at Karnak, Egypt. Hosts: Chris McKinny (Gesher Media) and Mark Janzen […]

  • (Biblical World) Archaeology in the Time of Kings: Hezekiah’s Reform

    This inaugural Biblical World episode takes a deep dive into the archaeological background of King Hezekiah’s religious reform (2 Kgs 18:4).

  • Biblical World Podcast – Coming Soon!

    Announcement! OnScript is launching a new podcast focused on the history, archaeology, culture, and geography of the Bible. Hosted by Chris McKinny, Lynn Cohick, Oliver Hersey, Kyle Keimer, Mary Buck, […]

  • Gene Green – Peter, The Lost Theologian

    Episode: Though Peter was the rock of the early church, why has Paul dominated New Testament scholarship? Part of the answer lies in the controversies surrounding the Gospels’ portrayals of […]

  • M. Daniel Carroll Rodas – The Bible and Borders

    Episode: I was leaving the South to fling myself into the unknown… I was taking a part of the South to transplant in alien soil, to see if it could […]

  • J. Todd Billings – The End of the Christian Life

    Episode: Christians in the West go to great lengths to avoid direct contact with death, and as a result of this death avoidance, we avoid the hope and fullness of […]

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