OBS: Carmen Imes

On Biblical Scholarship provides a view into the art and craft of this fascinating field. Every week, scholars will have the opportunity to share a little about their background, research interests, study methods, and best practices for aspiring scholars.

Dr. Carmen Imes is a professor of Old Testament at Prairie College. She’s also the author of numerous books and articles including, “Bearing God’s Name.”

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OBS: Julie Newberry

On Biblical Scholarship provides a view into the art and craft of this fascinating field. Every week, scholars will have the opportunity to share a little about their background, research interests, study methods, and best practices for aspiring scholars.

Our latest guest was Dr. Julie Newberry. Dr. Newberry is a professor of New Testament at Wheaton College.

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OBS: Dr. Te-Li Lau

On Biblical Scholarship provides a view into the art and craft of this fascinating field. Every week, scholars will have the opportunity to share a little about their background, research interests, study methods, and best practices for aspiring scholars.

Dr. Te-Li Lau is a Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. His most recent book, “Defending Shame: Its Formative Power in Paul’s Letters” was recently named the Center for Biblical Studies New Testament book of the year.

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OBS: Matthew J. Thomas

On Biblical Scholarship provides a view into the art and craft of this fascinating field. Every week, scholars will have the opportunity to share a little about their background, research interests, study methods, and best practices for aspiring scholars.

Dr. Matthew J. Thomas is a Professor of Biblical Studies at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology. He’s the author of numerous works including “Paul’s ‘Works of the Law’ in the Perspective of Second-Century Reception.”

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New Sermon: One Thing is Necessary

It’s so easy to fill our schedules and to-do lists with relationships, obligations, and commitments that require constant attention. However, if we’re not careful, the constant distractions of this world can keep us from focusing on what is most important. What would it look like to reorganize our lives around pursuing a deeper relationship with Jesus? Not only would we find the joy and rest we’ve been seeking, but we would be better for everyone around us as well.

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OBS: Dr. Patrick Schreiner

On Biblical Scholarship provides a view into the art and craft of this fascinating field. Every week, scholars will have the opportunity to share their background, research interests, study methods, and best practices for aspiring scholars.

Dr. Patrick Schreiner is a Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  He’s the author of numerous articles and books including “The Ascension of Christ: Recovering a Neglected Doctrine.”

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OBS: Dr. Joshua Jipp

On Biblical Scholarship provides a view into the art and craft of this fascinating field. Every week, scholars will have the opportunity to share their background, research interests, study methods, and best practices for aspiring scholars.

Dr. Joshua Jipp is a Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He’s the author of numerous articles and books including his most recent release, “The Messianic Theology of the New Testament.”

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Sermon: My Soul Magnifies the Lord

When we experience an incredible amount of joy, sometimes we can’t help but sing. If that’s true, it shouldn’t surprise us how many songs we find in the Bible connected to the birth of Jesus. When the Son of God finally came to earth, people couldn’t help but be overwhelmed with excitement. Mary, the mother of Jesus, offers one such song. What does this song teach us about what it means to worship, why we should worship, and how our hearts can grow in love for God?

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