Deconstructing the Chronology of Jesus - Bas van Os
Bas van Os of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam argues that scholars have too narrow a set of criteria for judging the probable date of Jesus' life. Lecture delivered at SBL/AAR in San Antonio in Fall 2016. Here's a link to download a PDF of the handout for this lecture. Or see it below:
Rethinking the Date of the Last Supper in John - Brant Pitre
Brant Pitre of Notre Dame gives a lecture on the dating of the Last Supper in the Gospel of John. While John has long been interpreted as having a different dating scheme for the Last Supper and the Crucifixion, Pitre argues that this is a misinterpretation. Pitre's latest book, Jesus and the Last Supper, delves into this and other related questions at greater length, and is mentioned in the lecture. Lecture delivered at SBL/AAR in San Antonio in Fall 2016. Here is a PDF of the handout for this lecture. You can also view it below:
The Kingdom of God - NT Wright
A lecture on the political theology of the New Testament by NT Wright. Delivered in 2015 at St. Paul's Cathedral in London. Source.
How Paul Invented Christian Theology - NT Wright
New Testament scholar and Anglican bishop NT Wright describes the origins of Christian theology in the works of St. Paul. Lecture delivered at the Lanier Theological Library Chapel in Houston, Texas, in 2014. Source.
Did Jesus Really Rise from the Dead? - NT Wright
Lecture from New Testament scholar NT Wright on the historical reality of Jesus' resurrection. Delivered at the Roanoke College Center for Religion. Source.
Paul and the Faithfulness of God - NT Wright
An interview with New Testament scholar NT Wright about his views of Paul. Covers material from Wright's books, Paul and the Faithfulness of God and The Paul Debate. Source (Westminster Theological Centre).