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Bible Study Magazine Podcast
58 minutes | Feb 20, 2022
David Firth’s new Joshua Commentary | S3E11
How can biblical theology help us understand key Old Testament books, and how can it help us “include the stranger”? David Firth talks to Mark Ward about his new commentary on Joshua in the Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary and also his New Studies in Biblical Theology volume, Including the Stranger.
53 minutes | Feb 20, 2022
Brian Rosner on a Biblical Theology of Personal Identity | S3E12
Brian Rosner is one of the most prolific and important contributors to evangelical biblical theology. He was an editor for the New Dictionary of Biblical Theology and has written the acclaimed Paul and the Law in the New Studies in Biblical Theology Series. He has also done careful biblical-theological work on matters of personal identity.
63 minutes | Feb 13, 2022
Jared Compton Lets the Apostles Do Biblical Theology | S3E10
How did the New Testament apostles tell Israel’s story? Jared and two co-author friends put together an insightful exploration into the biblical theology of the most important theologians in existence: Jesus, Paul, Matthew, Luke, and the author of Hebrews.
55 minutes | Feb 6, 2022
Jonathan Lunde on Following Jesus | S3E9
Jonathan Lunde, author of Following Jesus, the Servant King: A Biblical Theology of Covenantal Discipleship, urges Christians to follow their Lord—and why a biblical theology of the covenants is so helpful to good discipleship.
58 minutes | Jan 30, 2022
Michael Barrett’s New Commentary on Zechariah in the Lexham Context Commentary | S3E8
Michael Barrett, author of the Lexham Context Commentary notes on Zechariah (Lexham Press), talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward (also former editor of the LCCOT) about biblical theology, Hosea, and Zechariah.
64 minutes | Jan 16, 2022
Tom Schreiner’s New Commentary on Hebrews | S3E6
Tom Schreiner, author of the Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary volume on Hebrews (Lexham Press), talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about biblical theology and the book of Hebrews.
45 minutes | Jan 16, 2022
Matthew Harmon’s New Commentary on Galatians | S3E7
Matthew Harmon, author of the Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary volume on Galatians (Lexham Press), talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about biblical theology, the book of Galatians, and specific knotty phrases in Paul’s letter.
57 minutes | Jan 9, 2022
Stephen Dempster on the Story of the Old Testament | S3E5
Stephen Dempster, author of the truly epic biblical theology book, Dominion and Dynasty (in the New Studies in Biblical Theology series from IVP), talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about biblical theology and the Old Testament.
47 minutes | Dec 26, 2021
Joe Sprinkle’s New Commentary on Daniel | S3E4
Joe Sprinkle, author of the new Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary volume on Daniel (Lexham Press), talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about biblical theology and the Old Testament.
57 minutes | Dec 19, 2021
Barry Webb on Ruth | S3E2
Barry Webb, author of multiple excellent books of Old Testament biblical theology, talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about biblical theology—and especially about the book of Ruth.
52 minutes | Dec 19, 2021
Doug Moo’s Landmark New Book on Paul | S3E3
Doug Moo, author of the new A Theology of Paul and His Letters (Zondervan Academic), talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about Paul, the New Perspective, approaches to biblical theology, and more.
59 minutes | Dec 5, 2021
Jim Hamilton on Biblical Theology | S3E1
Biblical theology expert and effusive Bible teacher Jim Hamilton talks to Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about biblical theology—and about his Psalms commentary in the Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary series from Lexham Press.
66 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
Applying Biblical Typology and Allegory with Mitch Chase | S2E12
What role should typology and allegory play, if any, in our reading of Scripture? Hear a biblically careful and rigorous answer from pastor and professor Mitch Chase, author of 40 Questions About Typology and Allegory.
64 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Even Better than Eden with Nancy Guthrie | S2E11
How does knowing the end of the Bible's story—the New Jerusalem is even better than Eden—help you understand apply every part of that story? Nancy Guthrie will show you.
58 minutes | Jan 10, 2021
Setting Up a Model for Application with Daniel Doriani | S2E10
Application is something good Bible readers and teachers do instinctively but may have a hard time explaining. A method needs to be distilled from their work so the rest of us learn to do it well, too. Dan Doriani has done this distilling in an excellent book: Putting the Truth to Work: The Theory and Practice of Biblical Application.
63 minutes | Jan 3, 2021
What Biblical Writers Are Doing Through What They’re Saying with Abraham Kuruvilla | S2E9
Preaching teacher and practicing dermatologist Abraham Kuruvilla explains how to discover what biblical authors do with what they say—and how this helps Bible students apply Scripture faithfully.
63 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
Applying Biblical Wisdom Literature Craig Bartholomew | S2E8
How do you apply biblical wisdom literature such as Proverbs, Job, and Ecclesiastes? Craig Bartholomew is known for careful attention to the trees combined with an expansive view of the forest. He demonstrates both abilities in this discussion with Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward.
57 minutes | Dec 6, 2020
The Interpreter’s Responsibility to the Church with Walter Moberly | S2E7
Walter Moberly has given much attention to moving from the Bible to theology, and of using Bible study to serve the church. He and Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward discuss the limits of acceptable Bible interpretation.
43 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Applying the Whole Bible to Our Questions with Wayne Grudem | S2E6
Wayne Grudem has written probably the most popular systematic theology of the last 50 years—and “popular” in two senses: it’s widely used and it’s very accessible. Grudem has just put out a second edition of his work, and he talks with Bible Study Magazine Podcast host Mark Ward about how to apply the whole Bible to our questions.
56 minutes | Nov 22, 2020
Applying the Bible Wrongly with Ken Casillas | S2E5
Ken Casillas is a pastor and a professor and has written an excellent book on biblical application. He offers wisdom on how to apply the Bible well—and which applications might go beyond the text.
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