Apr 29, 2019
Dr. Daniel Master, Professor of Archaeology at Wheaton College, reflects on how knowledge of ancient cultures benefits exegesis and translation. He also speaks about his exciting new venture of leading the excavations at Tel Shimron and invites listeners to join the dig this summer!
Apr 19, 2019
Dr. Seth Ehorn, Visiting Assistant Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College, discusses differences between translations of Philippians 2:4. Are we to set aside our own interests as we look to the interests of others? Or, should we consider our own interests as well as the interests of others?
Apr 12, 2019
Dr. Danny Carroll Rhodas, Blanchard Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College Graduate School, draws upon his bi-lingual upbringing (Spanish and English) to reflect upon how language works in a given culture. How about Biblical Hebrew? Dr. Carroll Rodas highlights three structures within Hebrew discourse:...
Apr 5, 2019
Dr. Jonathan Linebaugh, Lecturer in New Testament at Cambridge and Fellow of Jesus College, helps us slow down and read Romans 3.21-26. In particular, he considers the Greek verb, dikaioō (to justify, make right, rectify) at the beginning of 3.24. He asks who is one who justifies and who is justified. The surprising...