Interview: John M.G. Barclay

Interview: John M.G. Barclay   We had the privilege and honor to briefly share an exchange with John Barclay. John Barclay is Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at Durham University. We would highly recommend reading and checking out Barclay’s latest book “Paul and the Gift.” We Hope that you guys would be blessed and encouraged to dive […]

Peter’s Misunderstanding of Jesus

Peter’s Misunderstanding of Jesus   One of the most well known stories in the New Testament is the story of Peter’s denial of Jesus during Jesus’ trial before the Jewish council.  The backstory is just as well known.  At the eve of Jesus’ arrest, Jesus and his entourage are enjoying Passover.  There was much eating […]

Jesus and His Surprising Story Against Nationalism

Jesus and His Surprising Story Against Nationalism   Imagine if you heard someone saying, “Jesus only cares about his own Jewish people, he does not care about the outsiders, those who are dogs and unholy. He does not care about any other country or people group such as, _________, (fill in the blank) only Israel […]

Tim Mackie, Brief Interview On The Old Testament

Tim Mackie, A Brief Interview On The Old Testament   Tim Mackie is a pastor at Door of Hope  and a professor at Western Seminary and has started a really good project on the Bible with his friends Jonathan Collins and Gerry Breshears , of which I personally think is the best videos on explaining the Bible yet. Check […]

Craig Keener, A Interview on Miracles

Craig Keener: An Interview on Miracles    We had the honor of interviewing Professor Keener from Asbury seminary. He has written many books on the NT, for more details you can see his amazon page. We asked Professor Keener about his book Miracles. We live in a skeptical age where many have said God does not intervene in […]

A Brief Interview with Craig Blomberg

A Brief Interview with Craig Blomberg   We are very excited about this interview with Professor Blomberg. Craig is a professor at Denver seminary and has written many books that we would recommend checking out on his amazon page. The first time I heard anything about Blomberg’s work was while watching the movie “The case for Christ,” […]

Andrew Pitts: The Literary Genre of Luke

Andrew Pitts: The Literary Genre of Luke   Andrew W. Pitts is the Chair of the Biblical Studies Department and Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies and Christian Ministries at Arizona Christian University. He was recently awarded the 2015 Paul J. Achtemeier Award for New Testament Scholarship on his work on the genre of Luke. Naturally, then, we […]

Who Are the People of God?: Interview with Tommy Givens

Who Are the People of God?: Interview with Tommy Givens   Tommy Givens is a professor at Fuller Theological seminary and has written a book “We The People Israel and the Catholicity of Jesus.” This interview is about the People of God, Election, Jesus, and the story of the Bible. Tommy was gracious in allowing us […]

Ben Witherington III

Ben Witherington III   Here is a brief interview with Ben Witherington III. Ben has written massive volumes on the NT, he has many books that we would recommend checking out on his Amazon.com  page. We Hope you enjoy this brief Q&A. ~ Casey and Dan 1) What does the word “justification” mean in Paul’s letters? Does […]

The Atoning Work of Jesus: Joel B. Green

The Atoning Work of Jesus: Joel B. Green   For many, it is difficult to understand how the death of one man, considered to be sacrificial, can be a covering or atonement for sin. Still, this is what Christians believe Jesus did for them. Through his death on the cross Jesus reconciled, redeemed, conquered, and […]