Join Museum of the Bible and our guest speakers and scholars as we discuss a variety of topics relating to the history and the impact of the Bible.
Juan Hernández, professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Bethel University, discusses his studies of the manuscript of the book of Revelation and how he began his studies of the Bible and Greek.
Prof. Michael W. Holmes discusses his deep experience with the wording of the New Testament and early Christian texts. He is New Testament General Editor of the newly-published NRSV revision as well as the SBL Greek New Testament and the Greek and English translation of the Apostolic Fathers.
Bobby Gruenewald is Pastor and Innovation Leader at Life.Church, a multisite church based in Oklahoma. He is also the founder of the YouVersion Bible App.
Klaus Krogh is a leading typographer and designer of printed and digital Bibles. He discusses how he helps make the Bible more readable and accessible.
Daniel Master, Professor of Archeology at Wheaton College, discusses his excavation project at Tel Shimron in Galilee. This site is the closest parallel to biblical Nazareth, and will help us understand better daily life in Galilee at the time of Jesus.
Michael Eisenberg is an investor, businessman, and author from Israel. His book The Tree of Life and Prosperity: 21st Century Business Principles from the Book of Genesis explores how leadership and business practices drawn from the Torah can lead to businesses and economies that succeed and make a difference for people.