The Center for Biblical Studies Podcast is a podcast of the Center for Biblical Studies at Midwestern Seminary hosted by Quinn Mosier and Dr. Andreas Köstenberger.
The Healing of a Blind Man (John 9)
Episode 59: This is the eleventh and final episode of our series walking through the Gospel of John. Today, Dr. Köstenberger talks about one of Jesus‘ most beloved miracles: the healing of a man born blind.
The Biblical Foundations podcast will be taking a break during the holiday season but will return with new episodes in mid-January 2022.
The Feast of Tabernacles (John 7-8)
Episode 58: This is the tenth episode in a series of episodes walking through the Gospel of John. Listen in to hear Dr. Köstenberger teach on the various events around the Feast of Tabernacles in John 7-8.
I Am the Bread of Life (John 6)
Episode 57: This is the ninth episode in a series of episodes walking through the Gospel of John. Listen in to hear Dr. Köstenberger teach on the famous bread of life discourse.
The Feeding of the 5,000 (John 6)
Episode 56: This is the eighth episode in a series of episodes walking through the Gospel of John. Listen in to hear about one of Jesus‘s most well-known miracles, the feeding of the 5,000.
The Healing at the Pool (John 5)
Episode 55: This is the seventh episode in a series of episodes walking through the Gospel of John. Listen in to hear about the healing of an invalid at the pool of Bethesda.
Q&A on John‘s Gospel
Episode 54: In this episode, we take a break from walking through John‘s Gospel to listen in on a Q&A session about John‘s Gospel at the FTC Workshops at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Helpful discussions on an awesome topic
Really appreciate these discussions and how they are continuing the conversation of the role of biblical theology in the life of the church and the academy.
If you’re interested in staying up-to-date on biblical scholarship this is for you. The episodes are very engaging with insightful discussions with top scholars. Thanks MBTS!
Great interviews with scholars
I have enjoyed their discussions with scholars.