105 episodes

Mark Goodacre's podcast about the New Testament and Christian Origins. Condensed comment from an academic perspective for everyone interested in historical approaches to the the New Testament.

NT Pod Mark Goodacre

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7 • 101 Ratings

Mark Goodacre's podcast about the New Testament and Christian Origins. Condensed comment from an academic perspective for everyone interested in historical approaches to the the New Testament.

    NT Pod 99: Women in the Bible: In Conversation with Jaime Clark-Soles

    NT Pod 99: Women in the Bible: In Conversation with Jaime Clark-Soles

    NT Pod 99 is a conversation with Prof. Jaime Clark-Soles, Professor of New Testament, Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. It is 57 minutes long: NT Pod 99: Women in the Bible: In Conversation with Jaime Clark-Soles (mp3)  This podcast discusses Jaime Clark-Soles, Women in the Bible (Interpretation; Louisville: Westminster John Knox, 2020) Feel free to leave your feedback in the comments below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page. Thanks to Ram2000, "Me and You", for the opening theme, released under a Creative Commons agreement.

    NT Pod 98: The Origins of Early Christian Literature: In Conversation with Robyn Walsh

    NT Pod 98: The Origins of Early Christian Literature: In Conversation with Robyn Walsh

    NT Pod 98 is a conversation with Prof. Robyn Faith Walsh, Associate Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Miami University. It is 58 minutes long: NT Pod 98: The Origins of Early Christian Literature Without Jesus (mp3)  This podcast discusses Robyn Faith Walsh, The Origins of Early Christian Literature: Contextualizing the New Testament Within Greco-Roman Literary Culture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021) Feel free to leave your feedback below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page. Thanks to Ram2000, "Me and You", for the opening theme, released under a Creative Commons agreement.

    NT Pod 97: The Bible With and Without Jesus

    NT Pod 97: The Bible With and Without Jesus

    NT Pod 97 is a conversation with Prof. Amy-Jill Levine and Prof. Marc Brettler about their new book, The Bible With and Without Jesus. It is 46 minutes long: NT Pod 97: The Bible With and Without Jesus (mp3)  This podcast discusses Amy-Jill Levine & Marc Brettler, The Bible With and Without Jesus (New York: Harper Collins, 2020) Feel free to leave your feedback below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page. Thanks to Ram2000, "Me and You", for the opening theme, released under a Creative Commons agreement.

    NT Pod 96: In Conversation with Dagmar Winter & Chris Keith

    NT Pod 96: In Conversation with Dagmar Winter & Chris Keith

     NT Pod 96 is a conversation with Dagmar Winter and Chris Keith about the use of criteria in Historical Jesus research. It was recorded "live" in April 2020 and this slightly edited version is 55 minutes long: NT Pod 96: In conversation with Dagmar Winter & Chris Keith Feel free to leave your feedback below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page. Thanks to Ram2000, "Me and You", for the opening theme, released under a Creative Commons agreement.

    NT Pod 95: Interview with Ariel Sabar, Author of Veritas

    NT Pod 95: Interview with Ariel Sabar, Author of Veritas

    In NT Pod 95, I am in conversation with Ariel Sabar, author of Veritas: A Harvard Professor, A Con Man and the Gospel of Jesus's Wife. It is an hour and thirteen minutes long: NT Pod 95: Interview with Ariel Sabar, Author of Veritas (mp3)  The book is: Ariel Sabar, Veritas: A Harvard Professor, A Con Man and the Gospel of Jesus's Wife (New York: Doubleday, 2020) Previous podcasts in this series: NT Pod 87: What is the Gospel of Jesus's Wife?NT Pod 88: Is the Gospel of Jesus's Wife a forgery?NT Pod 89: How was the forgery of the Gospel of Jesus's Wife proved?NT Pod 90: How was the forgery of the Gospel of Jesus's Wife confirmed?NT Pod 94: Review of Ariel Sabar's Veritas Feel free to leave your feedback below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page. Thanks to Ram2000, "Me and You", for the opening theme, released under a Creative Commons agreement.

    NT Pod 94: Review of Ariel Sabar's Veritas

    NT Pod 94: Review of Ariel Sabar's Veritas

    NT Pod 94 is my review of Ariel Sabar, Veritas: A Harvard Professor, A Con Man and the Gospel of Jesus's Wife. It is just under 19 minutes long. NT Pod 94: Review of Ariel Sabar's Veritas (mp3)  The book is: Ariel Sabar, Veritas: A Harvard Professor, A Con Man and the Gospel of Jesus's Wife (New York: Doubleday, 2020) Previous podcasts in this series: NT Pod 87: What is the Gospel of Jesus's Wife?NT Pod 88: Is the Gospel of Jesus's Wife a forgery?NT Pod 89: How was the forgery of the Gospel of Jesus's Wife proved?NT Pod 90: How was the forgery of the Gospel of Jesus's Wife confirmed? Feel free to leave your feedback below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page. Thanks to Ram2000, "Me and You", for the opening theme, released under a Creative Commons agreement.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
101 Ratings

101 Ratings

Dats3 ,

Fantastic

I enjoy listening to NT Pod, as it not only keeps me connected to my undergrad education at Duke, but it also continues to feed my appetite for learning. All that said, I am holding out hope for an ABBA-themed episode in the near future!

saperlo ,

Very informative and helpful

This is a wonderful podcast, presenting genuine historical research and helpful discussions for those seeking to understand the Bible better. Many such podcasts tend towards dogmatic statements so this is a refreshing alternative. Many thanks for producing these!

redfoxguy22 ,

Great podcast

I really enjoy this podcast. Nice short episodes with tons of info.

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