November 23, 2014

Bible Among the Myths [11/23/2014]

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Old Testament expert Dr. John Oswalt compares the Hebrew Scriptures to the religious literature ancient peoples. Dr. Oswalt explains the Ancient Near Eastern context of the Bible and elaborates on relevant worldview and philosophical considerations.

Special Guest: Dr. John Oswalt, author of The Bible Among the Myths
Dr. James White, Director of Alpha & Omega Ministries 

*Featured Song: Trip Lee - Who Is Like Him? (20/20)

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March 30, 2014

Against the Gods [03/30/2014]

EPISODE #184
Did Israelite religion incorporate pagan motifs into its writings? If so, why? Archaeologist and Ancient Near Eastern scholar Dr. John Currid joins us to explain the polemical theology of the Old Testament.

Special Guest: Dr. John Currid (Ph.D., University of Chicago), author of Against the Gods

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June 9, 2013

OT Archaeology [06/09/2013]

EPISODE #141

An interview with Doug Powell on Old Testament Archaeology for the biblical archaeology app he created called “iWitness Biblical Archaeology”. We discuss some major confirmations via archaeology for the bible.

SPECIAL GUEST: Doug Powell of SelflessDefense
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October 16, 2012

Mormon Archaeology and Artifacts [10/14/2012]

EPISODE #107


According to the BoM, what artifacts SHOULD be there? How do LDS apologists and archaeologists explain this? Examples include: Plates, leftovers from battles that were fought, or evidence of Reformed Egyptian. 

Special Guest: Sandra Tanner
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February 7, 2011

Earliest Christian Artifacts [02/06/2011]

EPISODE #19
We chop it up with Dr. Larry Hurtado about his book The Earliest Christian Artifacts. We zoom in on visual references to Jesus' crucifixion, some as early as 200 AD. Great insight on early Christian preference to codex over scrolls for Scripture.



Special Guest: Dr. Larry Hurtado, professor of New Testament Language, Literature and Theology at The University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
 

NOTES
Hear an interview we did on the origin of the canon w/a scholar who studied under Dr. Hurtado, one Michael Kruger

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