Podcasts

Baby Yoda, Christmas, and Hebrew Narrative

Drs. Mary Hom and Dru Johnson discuss the impact of the baby Yoda story in the Christmas season, how the…

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Hebraic Thought in Christmas, Part 1: Endangered Babies

We think of Christmas as a New Testament story, but does it start earlier? Hint: the story of a child…

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Should Christians Keep the Idea of ‘Calling’?

Dru Johnson talks with Drs. Eric Smith and Scott Booth (of Pillar Seminary) about the notion of calling in Scripture…

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Hebrew Ethics: Radical in the Ancient Near East, Yet So Familiar to Us

In this episode, Dru talks with Dr. Unterman about biblical teaching on ethics. They discuss ancient notions of justice, law-keeping,…

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Genesis as Rationality in the Ancient Near East

Dru talks with Eric about how Hebrews reasoned through concepts in light of the ancient Near East.

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From Christian-Hater to CHT Co-Founder—Changed by Reading the Bible

Robert Nicholson talks about moving from antagonism towards Christians to being deeply impacted by the message of Scripture and the…

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Ethical Ambiguity, Biblical Vigilantes, and Dr. Shira Weiss (CHT Fellow)

In this episode, Dr. Dru Johnson talks with Dr. Shira Weiss about her research on biblical ethics, the sticky ethical…

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Introducing Dr. Joshua Berman (CHT Fellow)

In this episode, Dr. Berman describes what the intellectual world of the Bible looks like to him.

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Yoram Hazony: “An Individualist Approach To The Hebrew Bible” (NPR)

Yoram Hazony opens the “bottle” of the Hebrew Bible and reads the message inside: there is hope for human political affairs, and the Scriptures are an epic that advocate wariness of great imperial powers and individualism in the face of authority.

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