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Bringing you engaging conversations on Bible and theology.

OnScript Matthew Bates, Matthew Lynch, Erin Heim, Dru Johnson, Amy Brown Hughes, & Chris Tilling

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9, 230 Ratings

Bringing you engaging conversations on Bible and theology.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
230 Ratings

230 Ratings

Fellow-Bible-Nerd ,

Biblical Studies and Theology Nerds, Rejoice!

Great podcast! 👍🏻💯 Interviews are insightful, stimulating, and thought provoking! 💭🧐🧠 Hosts are well-informed and inquisitive interviewers! 🤓🎙

Shane Gormley ,

Quality Engagement with Solid Scholarship

As a Ph.D. Candidate in New Testament focused completely on the subject of my own dissertation, I thoroughly appreciate being able to step away from my own work to step into several different and unfamiliar (to me) areas of biblical studies (and theology). These interviews are well-conducted and accessible to those outside the specifics of each guest's work, but also deeply engaging with the material of the Scriptures and the worlds they reflect. I'm grateful for the hosts' humor and the thought they put into each interview, making the time listening time well spent. I highly recommend this podcast to anyone looking for a good look at the field of biblical studies today.

cwbeard ,

What took me so long to find this podcast?

The good thing about discovering OnScript three and a half years in is that I don't have to wait for the next episode. When I finish one episode, I can go right to the next one. I love that because I love this podcast. It helps me keep on top of the flow of books published in biblical and theological studies, and helps me know what -- and who -- I want to read next. Its strengths are the books and athors chosen, the knowledge Matt and Matt and Co. have of the field and their preparation for each interview, and the humor that finds its way into most episodes. All that keeps me coming back for more. [Side note: I came across another similar podcast recently and subscribed to it. However, after listening to not quite two full episodes, I unsubscirbed. Though the authors featured were a coiuple of my favorites, the interviewer (no offense intended to him) wasn't as insightful as the OnScript crew and the interviews were a bit on the dry side.] I hope this podcast is around for a long time.

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