Category Archives: Genre

The Gospel of Luke: An Introduction by Paula Gooder (St. John’s Nottingham)

Paula Gooder is a UK-based freelance writer and lecturer in Biblical studies.  Here’s a breakdown of the video: 4:40 When was the Gospel of Luke written?  (60’s-90’s AD) 7:47 Luke-Acts 13:08 Imitating the Old Testament 16:05 The mortar between the … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Historical Adam – video of panel discussion

This panel discussion at Dallas Theological Seminary is comprised of the following speakers: Dr. Mark Yarbrough, Dr. Elliott Johnson, Dr. Nathan Holsteen, Dr. Bob Chisholm, and Dr. Darrell Bock, discuss the historical Adam. via The Importance of the Historical Adam … Continue reading

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Fr. Barron comments on Misreading Genesis – YouTube

Fr. Barron comments on Misreading Genesis – YouTube (7:41).

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Background to the Gospels: Part 2 – Hellenism « Reading Acts

Background to the Gospels: Part 2 – Hellenism « Reading Acts.

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Background to the Gospels: Part 1 – The Hebrew Bible « Reading Acts

Background to the Gospels: Part 1 – The Hebrew Bible « Reading Acts.

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What [Genre] Are the Gospels? « Reading Acts

What [Genre] Are the Gospels? « Reading Acts.

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Assumptions in Historical Jesus Research: Using Ancient Biographies and Disciples’ Traditioning as a Control – Craig Keener on Triablogue

Assumptions in Historical Jesus Research: Using Ancient Biographies and Disciples’ Traditioning as a Control – Craig Keener by way of Triablogue

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The “end of days” in the prophets per John J. Collins in Craig Evans book | Near Emmaus

The “end of days” in the prophets. | Near Emmaus.

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Are the New Testament Documents Histories or Primary Sources?

Actually, the best way for the New Testament documents to be understood by, and useful to, citizens of the 21st Century is to recognize that these documents were not directed to us.  Nor were any of these documents written to convince skeptics even … Continue reading

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Claude Gives Us Paul’s Letter Outline

In this comment on James McGrath’s blog, Claude shares an outline for Paul’s particular style of letter writing. Here’s the loutline: I Salutation A. (From) Paul (and his associates) B. to (name of the recipients of the letter) C. “Grace … Continue reading

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