Chapter 1, Verse 7 -- Dominick Hernandez

Chapter One, Verse Seven (1:7)

My guest for this episode is my colleague and friend, Dr. Dominick Hernandez, Assistant Professor of Old Testament Interpretation at SBTS.

In this episode we discuss the importance of Modern Hebrew as well as his fascinating doctoral work on the Book of Job.

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Chapter 1, Verse 6 -- Dr. Russell Moore

Chapter One, Verse Six (1:6)

My guest for this episode is Dr. Russ Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, award-winning author, and my former boss!

In this delightful episode our conversation ranges from our childhood crushes to the different comic book universes, from issues of marriage and parenting to hermeneutics.

We want to thank B&H Publishing for their generous support of this episode.

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Chapter 1, Verse 5 -- Matthew Levering

Chapter One, Verse Five (1:5)

 

My guest for this episode is Dr. Matthew Levering, the Perry Chair of Theology the University of St. Mary of the Lake in the Chicago area. 

Dr. Levering holds the PhD in Theology from Boston College and is the author or editor of over 35 books and counting!

Known both for his brilliance and his beautiful humility, it was a particular delight for me to have Matthew in my car.

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Chapter 1, Verse 4 -- Christian Brady

Nov 29, 2018

My guest for this episode is Dr. Christian Brady, Dean of the Lewis Honors College at the University of Kentucky, specialist in the Targums (Aramaic translations of Jewish texts), and Anglican priest. [http://www.uky.edu/honors/]

Dr. Brady holds the D.Phil. from Oxford University. He has held several influential posts in higher education before coming to Kentucky.

 In this episode Christian and I discuss his academic work on the Targum of Lamentations and how this has informed his experience of the sudden loss of his son, Mack. 

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Chapter 1, Verse 3 -- Bryan Dyer

Nov 14, 2018

My guest for this episode is my good friend Dr. Bryan Dyer, NT scholar and academic editor extraordinaire at Baker Academic.

Bryan earned his PhD from McMaster Divinity College and has recently published his dissertation on suffering in the Book of Hebrews in the LNTS series.

In this episode Bryan and I discuss his academic work, why he named his first car Toby Mac, and most importantly, the moment when I break the news to him that his book has been wrongly classified by the Library of Congress. I’ve worked closely with Bryan as my editor at Baker for several years and I love spending time with him.

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Chapter 1, Verse 2 -- Mike Cosper

Nov 8, 2018

My guest for this episode is my friend, the über-cool Mike Cosper. Mike was one of the founding pastors and musicians at Sojourn Church in Louisville, KY. He is the author of several books and the thoughtful, culture-engaging podcast, Cultivated. Mike is also the President of Harbor Media.

In this episode Mike and I discuss his struggles with parking as well as two of his recent stimulating books, Recapturing the Wonder and Faith Among the Faithless about what Esther teaches us today.

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Chapter 1, Verse 1 - Tom Schreiner

My guest for this extremely enjoyable episode is my long-time friend and New Testament colleague, Dr. Tom Schreiner. Tom is the James Buchanan Harrison Professor of NT at Southern Seminary and the author of scores of great books in NT studies (see below). He is also a well-loved teacher and pastor.

In this episode Tom and I discuss his first car, his recent revised thoughts on the meaning of 1 Peter 3, and prophecy and tongues from his new book Spiritual Gifts.

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