<- Back to Episodes John Behr - Reading Scripture Allegorically In part two of our podcast, Dr. John Behr (patristics professor, formerly of St. Vladimir’s Seminary, now at the University of Aberdeen) makes another provocative statement: “Unless we read the Bible allegorically, we are not reading it as Scripture.” In
<- Back to Episodes John Behr We Have a Book Called 'the Book' Patristic expert, Dr. John Behr (PhD, Oxford), tells the story of how he came to the Orthodox faith. After discussing some of the differences between the Orthodox and Protestant faiths, he proposes that one difference is the
<- Back to Episodes Katya Covrett-Status of Women in Academic Publishing Katya Covrett, executive editor of Zondervan Academic, talks with David Capes about the challenges women scholars face in getting into academic publishing. The challenge is not unique to publishing in biblical studies and theology but in other disciplines as
Craig Evans and Jeremiah Johnston--Scribes and Their Remains In this podcast, David Capes talks with Craig Evans, John Bisagno Distinguished Professor of Christian Origins at Houston Baptist University, and Jeremiah Johnston, founder and president of the Christian Thinkers Society, about their new book Scribes and Their Remains (T. & T. Clark, 2019).