TSC_025-Mark Lanier-The Lanier Theological Library

<- Back to Episodes The Lanier Theological Library - Mark Lanier Mark Lanier, founder and president of The Lanier Theological Library, spent some time recently with David Capes to talk about the history and mission of the library, The Stone Chapel (not the podcast but the real Stone Chapel), and

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TSC_020-Katya Corvett-From Russia to Zondervan Academic

<- Back to Episodes From Russia to Zondervan - Katya Corvette Katya Covrett, executive editor for Zondervan Academic, talks about her journey from Russia to Bible College translator to graduate student to become the face of Zondervan Academic.  She discussed the history and unique mission of the press.  She offers good

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TSC_019-A 1st Century Copy of Mark? Not so fast . . .—Dr. Craig Evans

<- Back to Episodes A 1st Century Copy of Mark? Not so fast . . .—Dr. Craig Evans Dr. Craig Evans, John Bisagno Distinguished Professor of Christian Origins at Houston Baptist University, discusses reports that scholars may have discovered a fragment of the Gospel of Mark that dates from the

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TSC_018-Joseph Shulam – Jesus in the Talmud

<- Back to Episodes Jesus in the Talmud - Joseph Shulam Joseph Shulam, Christian minister and Hebrew scholar who leads a messianic congregation in Jerusalem, shares how Jesus figures in the Talmud, a collection of rabbinic discussions from the 1st to the 5th centuries AD.  He argues the negative reports among the

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