Episode: In the opening pages of her new book, The Making of Biblical Womanhood (Brazos, 2021), Beth Allison Barr writes, “This was my understanding o...View Details

Episode: 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...View Details

Episode: After being forgotten for over 3000 years, the ancient city of Ugarit was rediscovered by archaeologists in 1929. Perhaps the greatest find f...View Details

Episode: This episode discusses whether it's possible to recover scenes from the Israel/Merneptah Stele, as well as cutting edge technology at Karnak,...View Details

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

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...View Details

Episode: I was leaving the Southto fling myself into the unknown...I was taking a part of the Southto transplant in alien soil,to see if it could gro...View Details

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...View Details

Episode: Trees are people too! While this claim may come as a surprise to many listeners, it's familiar territory for biblical authors. Trees, mountai...View Details

Windrider Productions Episode: Generativity over usefulness and efficiency. Making versus fixing. The "new newness" of Redemption and New Creation. I...View Details

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