39 min

SD#145 Whoever Has Ears Let Them Hear, Part 1 Seeing Deep in a Shallow World

    • Christianity

For the last half of the month, Denise rounds off the discussion of God’s gifts to us for Christmas and the year round as she interviews guest David Fiensy. Listen in as they discuss biblical context of the parables of Jesus and what a gift His Word is to us. 
Author Bio: David Fiensy has a passion for teaching and preaching the Bible and for thinking about and articulating theological ideas. After graduating from Duke University with a Ph.D. in New Testament and Second Temple Judaism, David Fiensy taught for seven years at Kentucky Christian University.
He then served a two-year tenure at the Institut zur Erforschung des Urchristentums in Tuebingen, Germany. Upon returning to the United States, he accepted a church pastorate for six years and then resumed teaching at Kentucky Christian University. He has participated in seven archaeological excavations and surveys and has otherwise traveled widely in the Mediterranean area and the Middle East. Now semi-retired, David serves as a speaker and consultant for churches and colleges and is involved in several writing and research projects. David and his wife, Molly, have two daughters and three grandchildren. You can connect with David at https://davidafiensy.com/.

For the last half of the month, Denise rounds off the discussion of God’s gifts to us for Christmas and the year round as she interviews guest David Fiensy. Listen in as they discuss biblical context of the parables of Jesus and what a gift His Word is to us. 
Author Bio: David Fiensy has a passion for teaching and preaching the Bible and for thinking about and articulating theological ideas. After graduating from Duke University with a Ph.D. in New Testament and Second Temple Judaism, David Fiensy taught for seven years at Kentucky Christian University.
He then served a two-year tenure at the Institut zur Erforschung des Urchristentums in Tuebingen, Germany. Upon returning to the United States, he accepted a church pastorate for six years and then resumed teaching at Kentucky Christian University. He has participated in seven archaeological excavations and surveys and has otherwise traveled widely in the Mediterranean area and the Middle East. Now semi-retired, David serves as a speaker and consultant for churches and colleges and is involved in several writing and research projects. David and his wife, Molly, have two daughters and three grandchildren. You can connect with David at https://davidafiensy.com/.

39 min