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Influential works of New Testament scholarship discussed by two Duke PhD candidates.

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Influential works of New Testament scholarship discussed by two Duke PhD candidates.

    37. Adolf Deissmann, Light from the Ancient East

    37. Adolf Deissmann, Light from the Ancient East

    Can letters, shopping lists, and receipts from antiquity help us to read the New Testament? A discussion of Adolf Deissmann's Light from the Ancient East.

    • 40 min
    36. Candida Moss, "The Man with the Flow of Power"

    36. Candida Moss, "The Man with the Flow of Power"

    How can studying ancient notions of health inform our reading of the gospels? A discussion of Candida Moss' "The Man with the Flow of Power."

    Candida Moss, "The Man with the Flow of Power: Porous Bodies in Mark 5:25–34" Journal of Biblical Literature 129.3 (2010): 507-519.

    • 24 min
    35. David Brakke, "Canon Formation and Social Conflict in Fourth-Century Egypt"

    35. David Brakke, "Canon Formation and Social Conflict in Fourth-Century Egypt"

    What is a scriptural canon for? A discussion of David Brakke's "Canon Formation and Social Conflict in Fourth-Century Egypt: Athanasius of Alexandria's Thirty-Ninth Festal Letter" published in HTR in 1994.

    • 35 min
    34. Hindy Najman, Seconding Sinai

    34. Hindy Najman, Seconding Sinai

    What is Second Temple Judaism? How did Jews who were roughly contemporary with the earliest Christians interpret the Hebrew Bible to apply it to their changing situations? A discussion of Hindy Najman's Seconding Sinai.

    • 35 min
    33. Percy Gardner-Smith, Saint John and the Synoptic Gospels (NT Pod Crossover)

    33. Percy Gardner-Smith, Saint John and the Synoptic Gospels (NT Pod Crossover)

    Did John know the Synoptic Gospels? A discussion of Percy Gardner-Smith's Saint John and the Synoptic Gospels with Mark Goodacre of the NT Pod.

    • 41 min
    32. Beverly R. Gaventa, "The Cosmic Power of Sin in Paul's Letter to the Romans"

    32. Beverly R. Gaventa, "The Cosmic Power of Sin in Paul's Letter to the Romans"

    What is "sin" in Romans? Is it an abstraction for bad things people do or a cosmic force? Why does it matter? A discussion of Beverly Gaventa's "The Cosmic Power of Sin in Paul's Letter to the Romans: Toward a Widescreen Edition."

    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
182 Ratings

182 Ratings

Shruglord ,

Thorough, fantastic, understandable scholarship

Love the work Ian and Laura pour into this podcast. Breaking down important works of New Testament scholarship for their audience. A true gem and always worth the listen

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Nice Job.

Great idea for a podcast. And great execution for the podcast.

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Great podcast for anyone wanting to learn about NT scholarship

Every episode is full of a ton of information. Sometimes it’s a bit over my head but that’s great because it pushes me to learn more. The hosts are great too and the livestream after shows on YouTube are a really great addition.

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