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listen Subscribe Donate Dr. Beverly Gaventa (Baylor University) talks to us about the women that appear in Romans 16. We discuss a number

listen Subscribe Donate Join us as Dr. Carol A. Newsom (Candler School of Theology) talks to us about Job’s response and the epilogue

listen Subscribe Donate Join us as Dr. Rafael Rodriguez (Johnson University) talks to us about Romans 15:14–16:27. We discuss a number of things including:

listen Subscribe Donate Dr. William P. Brown (Columbia Theological Seminary) guides us through the wonders of the divine speeches in Job. We

listen Subscribe Donate Dr. Mike Bird (Ridley College) and Dr. Nijay Gupta (Northern Seminary) talk to us about Romans 12–15:13. We discuss

listen Subscribe Donate Relevant Works by Dominick Hernández This post contains affiliate links Illustrated Job in Hebrew. GlossaHouse, 2020. Proverbs: Pathways to

listen Subscribe Donate Dr. J. Ross Wagner (Duke Divinity School) talks to us about Romans 9–11. We discuss a number of things

listen Subscribe Donate Relevant Works by Edward Greenstein This post contains affiliate links Job: A New Translation. Yale University Press, 2019. “When

listen Subscribe Donate Relevant work by Haley Jacob This post contains affiliate links Conformed to the Image of His Son: Reconsidering Paul’s

listen Subscribe Donate Relevant Work by Scott Jones This post contains affiliate links Rumors of Wisdom: Job 28 as Poetry. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift

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Rony Kozman and Will Kynes

We interview scholars to discuss the meanings of verses, passages, and books of the Bible. Think of us as an audio Bible commentary—but more exciting!—where you get to hear scholars and practitioners trying to make sense of the Jewish and Christian Scriptures.

This podcast is for all students of the Bible—pastors, Bible teachers, ministry leaders, students, and all who are curious about the Bible.


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