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Judaism between the construction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem, c. 515 BCE, and its destruction by the Romans in 70 CE

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Best podcasts about Second Temple Judaism

Latest podcast episodes about Second Temple Judaism

Unconquered Podcast
Catching Up with the Mailbag

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 59:00


The mailbag is back. This time we’re talking potential position changes, Travis Hunter’s future, the FSU defense, and potential coaching changes. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy... The post Catching Up with the Mailbag appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Florida State 33, Syracuse 30 – Postgame Hot Takes

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 29:56


After losing games they probably should’ve won, Florida State just managed to win a game they probably should’ve lost. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy your books.... The post Florida State 33, Syracuse 30 – Postgame Hot Takes appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Syracuse Preview

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 21:51


Optimism reigns supreme as Jason Staples somehow thinks Florida State is likely to win against 3-1 Syracuse this weekend in Tallahassee. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy... The post Syracuse Preview appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Louisville 31, Florida State 23 – Postgame (moral Victories) Hot Takes

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 26:12


Another Saturday, another loss for Florida State. But amid the disappointment, there were positives. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy your books. I would be very grateful... The post Louisville 31, Florida State 23 – Postgame (moral Victories) Hot Takes appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Louisville Preview

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 20:33


Flip a coin. Lots of unknowns in this game, and the outcome may well come down to whether or not Florida State has its starting left tackle or not. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon,... The post Louisville Preview appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Florida State 14, Wake Forest 35 – Postgame Numb, Lukewarm Takes

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 21:44


A pivotal game early in the Mike Norvell era went the wrong way, and it was ugly. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy your books. I would... The post Florida State 14, Wake Forest 35 – Postgame Numb, Lukewarm Takes appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Jacksonville State 20, Florida State 17 – Postgame Scorching Hot Takes

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 28:00


This cannot happen. This is unacceptable. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy your books. I would be very grateful if any listeners with any sort of interest... The post Jacksonville State 20, Florida State 17 – Postgame Scorching Hot Takes appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Revisiting Notre Dame, Previewing Jax State

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 37:03


This episode talks through a few additional observations from the Notre Dame game and looks at what to expect from the Jacksonville State game on Saturday. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge University Press,... The post Revisiting Notre Dame, Previewing Jax State appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Notre Dame 41, Florida State 38 – Postgame Hot Takes

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 33:50


Florida State came back from an 18-point fourth-quarter deficit to get to overtime. Despite failing to finish, this game showed the promise of a Mike Norvell led program. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available through Amazon, Cambridge... The post Notre Dame 41, Florida State 38 – Postgame Hot Takes appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Notre Dame Preview

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 33:05


A rebuilding Florida State faces a retooling Notre Dame to open the 2021 season. Do the Noles have a chance or will Notre Dame simply overwhelm an undermanned Florida State roster? Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is available... The post Notre Dame Preview appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
2021 Season Preview

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 48:08


Getting to a bowl given this roster and schedule would be a successful season. What is the most likely path to success? Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is now available to preorder through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org,... The post 2021 Season Preview appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Unconquered Podcast
Depth Chart Analysis and Mailbag

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 40:49


A few position moves and depth chart decisions should help shore up significant problems from 2020. And the mailbag is back. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is now available to preorder through Amazon, Cambridge University Press, BookShop.org, or... The post Depth Chart Analysis and Mailbag appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Gospel Simplicity Podcast
Orthodoxy, the Early Church, and Second Temple Judaism (w/ Fr. Stephen De Young)

Gospel Simplicity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 77:35


This video is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. For 10% off your first month, use the link, http://www.faithfulcounseling.com/gos...Most Christians I know want to, in some way at least, model their faith off the faith of the Early Church. The problem, we struggle to get clarity on what exactly that means and would look like in real life. Something that exacerbates this problem is that many of us are unfamiliar with Second Temple Judaism; that is, we don't know much about the world from which the Early Church emerged. In this video, I sit down with the Reverend Dr. Stephen De Young to discuss his new book, The Religion of the Apostles, and explore the world of Second Temple Judaism, the Early Church, and why he thinks that Orthodox Christianity represents the fullness of the Christian faith. You can buy Fr. Stephen De Young's Book here: https://amzn.to/2WeeWkZTwo Powers in Heaven: https://amzn.to/3xbOntwSupport Gospel Simplicity:Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/gospelsimplicity​One Time Donation: https://www.paypal.me/gospelsimplicityMerch: https://gospelsimplicity.creator-spring

Unconquered Podcast
Evaluating the 2021 Recruiting Class (8 Months Late)

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 52:46


It’s finally time to discuss the freshman class. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is now available to preorder through Cambridge University Press, Amazon, BookShop.org, or wherever you buy your books. I would be very grateful if any listeners... The post Evaluating the 2021 Recruiting Class (8 Months Late) appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Mid-America Reformed Seminary
Round Table Ep. 93: The New Perspective on Paul

Mid-America Reformed Seminary

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 24:00


Last week, we wrapped up a series of episodes on Federal Vision. Embedded in that conversation you may have heard our professors mention another theological controversy, namely, the New Perspective on Paul, a debate that's been around for some time now. What is it, and how should we assess it- Because it deals with the New Testament, Second Temple Judaism, and doctrinal matters, joining the podcast for this series is Dr. Marcus Mininger, Professor of New Testament Studies, Rev. Andrew Compton, Associate Professor of Old Testament Studies, and President of Mid-America and Professor of Doctrinal Studies, Dr. Cornelis Venema, who will be joining in future episodes.

Mid-America Reformed Seminary's Round Table
The New Perspective on Paul

Mid-America Reformed Seminary's Round Table

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2021 24:52


Last week, we wrapped up a series of episodes on Federal Vision. Embedded in that conversation you may have heard our professors mention another theological controversy, namely, the New Perspective on Paul, a debate that's been around for some time now. What is it, and how should we assess it? Because it deals with the New Testament, Second Temple Judaism, and doctrinal matters, joining the podcast for this series is Dr. Marcus Mininger, Professor of New Testament Studies, Rev. Andrew Compton, Associate Professor of Old Testament Studies, and President of Mid-America and Professor of Doctrinal Studies, Dr. Cornelis Venema, who will be joining in future episodes.

Fringe Radio Network
Naked Bible - Revelation 11 - Michael Heiser

Fringe Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2021 68:55


Revelation 11 is well known for two major items: the two witnesses and the reference to the temple court. Both are controversial. Who are the two witnesses? Are they individual people? Old Testament prophets who did not die (Enoch, Elijah)? Are they symbolic? Does the temple reference in Rev 11:1 mean the temple was still standing when Revelation was written, thereby suggesting the book's events were fulfilled in or by 70 A.D.? What are the meaning of the numbers John uses (1,260 days, 42 months), and how do those numbers relate to similar or identical language in the book of Daniel? How did Jews of Jesus's day understand all these items? In this episode of the podcast, we work through Revelation 11 to contextualize the content in light of the Old Testament and Second Temple Judaism.

Messianic Teachings from Nachamu Ami Messianic Synagogue
Is Our Hope In Heaven? - Part 3: Rabbis & Resurrection

Messianic Teachings from Nachamu Ami Messianic Synagogue

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 26:13


As we've learned, progressive revelation contributed to the understanding of the soul in Second Temple Judaism. This way of thinking heavily influenced the period and its religious thinkers in another profoundly important area: the resurrection of the dead.

Israel Bible Podcast
From Bethlehem to Nazareth and to Capernaum

Israel Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 30:35


What does it mean to listen as the land speaks? Dr. Parker gives specific examples of how understanding the land will help us all listen to the secrets it has to tell. And why is it important to know how the land influences the way people lived? Do we know a Jesus who lived inthe First Century or do we know a Jesus who comes from huge European cathedrals? Why should we know international politics of the day? Click HERE to enroll in the course Listening to the Land of the Bible Part 1 or HERE to enroll in the course Listening to the Land of the Bible Part 2Find Dr. Parker's bring, ebook, or audiobook Encountering Jesus in the Real World of the GospelsFind out more about Dr. Parker's trips to explore the Land of the BibleExplore the amazing Round Table Talks HERE or listen directly to the ones mentioned in the podcast: Angels and Evil in Second Temple Judaism, Paul, James, Qumran, and the Broader Jewish Society, Spirit and Man in Ancient Judaism.Find out how you can get this and many other courses with one small monthly subscription at: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

Israel Bible Podcast
Listen to the Land 2

Israel Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 28:30


What does it mean to listen as the land speaks? Dr. Parker gives specific examples of how understanding the land will help us all listen to the secrets it has to tell. And why is it important to know how the land influences the way people lived? Do we know a Jesus who lived inthe First Century or do we know a Jesus who comes from huge European cathedrals? Why should we know international politics of the day? Click HERE to enroll in the course Listening to the Land of the Bible Part 1 or HERE to enroll in the course Listening to the Land of the Bible Part 2Find Dr. Parker's bring, ebook, or audiobook Encountering Jesus in the Real World of the GospelsFind out more about Dr. Parker's trips to explore the Land of the BibleExplore the amazing Round Table Talks HERE or listen directly to the ones mentioned in the podcast: Angels and Evil in Second Temple Judaism, Paul, James, Qumran, and the Broader Jewish Society, Spirit and Man in Ancient Judaism.Find out how you can get this and many other courses with one small monthly subscription at: https://israelbiblecenter.comStay connected with IBC on Facebook @IsraelBibleCenter or Twitter @IsraelStudy

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase
10 Ways the Trinity Is Found In The OT | Dr. Igal German

This is apologetics with Joel Settecase

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 77:39


Is the Trinity a Christian invention? Is it an addition (probably an unnecessary and possibly even logically incoherent one) to the more simple, obvious, unitarian concept of God? And is it true that the Old Testament teaches the absolute oneness of God? Or, on the other hand, could it be that the Old Testament points toward the Triune nature of the Godhead—and that the clues are there, if one has eyes to see? Today's episode is going to help answer these questions once and for all. Specifically, you'll learn: Why it's so important to know whether the Old Testament points to the Trinity. 10 ways to find the Doctrine of the Trinity in the Old Testament. Why the Triune Nature of God is not a logical problem for Christians. How Dr. Igal German's work with the Yesod Bible Center educates believers and non-believers in the powerful truth of God's word. Dr. Igal German holds a PhD in Hebrew Bible from the University of St. Michael’s College, Toronto, as well as B.A. and M.A. in Biblical Studies from the University of Haifa, Israel. Dr. German has been teaching the Bible at a variety of academic institutions in Israel, Canada, and the United States. His expertise includes Old Testament studies, Second Temple Judaism, the New Testament, Biblical and Modern Hebrew, history of Israel, history of biblical interpretation, and apologetics. He is the author of the monograph, The Fall Reconsidered: A Literary Synthesis of the Primeval Sin Narratives against the Backdrop of the History of Exegesis. Follow Dr. German's work at https://www.yesodbiblecenter.com. Follow us! http://facebook.com/thethinkinstitute http://twitter.com/thinkinst http://parler.com/profile/ThinkInstitute http://mewe.com/i/thinkinstitute http://gab.com/thinkinstitute Support the Settecase Family & Think Institute: Visit the Settecases’ giving page at https://give.cru.org/1018841 Listen to the Think Podcast on 11 platforms: Access the podcast on all platforms right here: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast Get a free catechism, slide presentations and books: Check out Joel Settecase’s Catakids! right here: http://thethink.institute/catakids. Bring the Think Institute to your church, group or event: Make a speaking request for Joel or a member of the Think Institute team: https://thethink.institute/booking Get more from the Think Institute: Search the Think Institute website for worldview, evangelism, apologetics, discipleship, theology and strategic engagement resources and content: https://thethink.institute/search. Get evangelism and apologetics resources delivered to your inbox: http://thethink.institute/think-updates Get training from the Hammer & Anvil Society: Learn more about our excellent, intensive study cohorts at http://thethink.institute/hammerandanvil. Music Credits: Classical Metal Workout by MusicLFiles Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/7525-classical-metal-workout License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Synthie Intro by Sascha Ende Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/3154-synthie-intro License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-think-podcast/message

Reformed Forum
The Story Retold: A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament

Reformed Forum

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 63:45


Drs. G. K. Beale and Benjamin Gladd speak about their book The Story Retold: A Biblical-Theological Introduction to the New Testament (IVP Academic) in which they seek to couch every major passage of Scripture within the broad history of redemption, making sense of the New Testament in light of the Old. New Testament introductions typically either emphasize the history behind the text through discussions of authorship, dating, and audience or explore the content of the text itself. This introduction is unique in that it considers the Old Testament background to the New Testament and the overarching narrative of redemption throughout all of redemptive-history. Dr. G. K. Beale is Professor of New Testament and Biblical Theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Benjamin L. Gladd is Associate Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi. Links G. K. Beale’s website Essential Studies in Biblical Theology series edited by Dr. Benjamin Gladd (IVP Academic) G. K. Beale, Colossians and Philemon (BECNT) G. K. Beale, The Temple and the Church’s Mission: A Biblical Theology of the Dwelling Place of God (IVP Academic) G. K. Beale and Benjamin L. Gladd, Hidden But Now Revealed: A Biblical Theology of Mystery (IVP Academic) Benjamin L. Gladd, From Adam and Israel to the Church (IVP Academic). Benjamin L. Gladd, Revealing the Mysterion: The Use of Mystery in Daniel and Second Temple Judaism with Its Bearing on First Corinthians. Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft 160 (Walter de Gruyter, 2008). Benjamin L. Gladd, Handbook on the Gospels (Baker Academic).

Drunk Church History
26. Christian Sexual Morality, 2: Second Temple Judaism with Dr. Rebecca Kamholz

Drunk Church History

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 102:25


Unconquered Podcast
Catching Up, Part 1

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 36:48


After an unplanned leave of absence, we’re back! This episode discusses the recent commitment of A.J. Duffy and looks at some of the big-picture lessons from the spring game. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is now available to... The post Catching Up, Part 1 appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

The Shaun Tabatt Show
624: Michael Heiser - The Parables of Enoch

The Shaun Tabatt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 48:32


The Book of Enoch was real and revered across the spectrum of Second-Temple Judaism-those forms of Judaism that thrived in the “Intertestamental” period (ca.500BC to AD 100). The book is more properly referred to as 1 Enoch to distinguish it from other books bearing the name “ Enoch” that were composed later than this period(e.g., 2Enoch, 3 Enoch). I invited Dr. Michael Heiser back to the show to talk about why it's important for Christians to familiarize themselves with the Book of Enoch. We get specifically into the parables of Enoch, which are covered in his new book A Companion to the Book of Enoch: A Reader's Commentary, Vol II: The Parables of Enoch (1 Enoch 37-71). Resources mentioned in this episode: Companion to the Book of Enoch Special Collection ($35) The Unseen Realm Connect with Michael Heiser: DRMSH.com AwakeningSchoolOfTheology.com FringePop321 The Shaun Tabatt Show is part of the Destiny Image Podcast Network.

Media - Coldsprings Christian Fellowship

Speaker - Brett BontragerIntertestimental Period and Second Temple Judaism

Michiana Covenant Presbyterian Church
The Son and the Angels: Reading the Bible with the Apostles (Heb. 1:8-14)

Michiana Covenant Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 37:00


-Sung Psalm- 102---Why does Hebrews start by saying that Christ is superior to the angels---There was a lot of speculation about angels in second temple Judaism. -Second Temple Judaism refers to a period in Jewish history from around 500 BC to 70 AD - Solomon had built the first temple, which lasted from around 1000 BC to 586 BC, when Nebuchadnezzar destroyed it.- -Then Zerubbabel built the second temple around 515 BC, which stood until the Romans demolished it in 70 AD.---By the time of the apostles, angels had become very important in Jewish thought. Angels were not only God's messengers, they were his agents, accomplishing his purposes, mediating his covenants. Indeed, in some Jewish circles, especially those influenced by Greek thought, it was thought that God could not have direct contact with his creation, and so therefore all God's dealing with man must be mediated by angels.--While Paul insists that Jesus is our only mediator, he grants that angels were mediators of the Mosaic covenant. In Galatians 3-19 he says that the law was -put in place through angels.- While he doesn't expound that further, Paul makes it clear that angels had an instrumental role in the Mosaic covenant.--So also here, Hebrews 1 suggests that the angels played an important role in the OT.--But the role of the angels has been superseded by one who is himself greater than the angels...

The Gospel Truth: Engaging the Culture With Christian Truth
Interview: Predestination and Election in Second Temple Judaism

The Gospel Truth: Engaging the Culture With Christian Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2021 92:08


Interview with Robert Wiesner, Predestination and Election in Second Temple Judaism ? This debate took place Febuary 9th, 2021. The Gospel Truth is hosted by Marlon Wilson

Unconquered Podcast
2021 Schedule Released, 2022 Recruiting Heating Up

Unconquered Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 39:44


Florida State’s 2021 schedule is difficult but shapes up more favorably than expected given that difficulty. And the 2022 recruiting class is starting to look like a Florida State recruiting class should. Announcement: My first book, The Idea of Israel in Second Temple Judaism, is... The post 2021 Schedule Released, 2022 Recruiting Heating Up appeared first on Unconquered Podcast.

Beth Messiah's Weekly Message
The Feast of Dedication

Beth Messiah's Weekly Message

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2020 64:04


Beth Messiah Congregation continues with Services online, and this week PhD candidate in Second Temple Judaism at McMaster University, Michael Gabizon, fills in for Rabbi Silverman with a Message about Hanukkah and what it means to be dedicated to G-d in light of Messiah Yeshua (Jesus). For the full Service go to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMr5dijcwoU

Bible Answer Man on Oneplace.com
On Wealth and Poverty with Dr. Bogdan Bucur - Part 1

Bible Answer Man on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/207/29 On todays Bible Answer Man broadcast, we present an episode of the Hank Unplugged podcast. Hanks guest is the Reverend Doctor Bogdan Bucur, Associate Professor of Patristics at St. Vladimirs Orthodox Theological Seminary in New York. Hank and Dr. Bucur discuss Why socialism and communism appeal to so many millennials in the West, why Second Temple Judaism is so important to Christianity and if Christianity is a kind of Judaism, the significance of the continuity of the Christian faith, and dealing with canonical and noncanonical books of the Bible.

Mystic-Skeptic Radio Show
Sex, Power, Money, Christians, Jews, Muslims, You: Open Loops Podcast Interview with David Daniel Gonzalez

Mystic-Skeptic Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2020 60:00


The opinions of the guests of the Open Loops Podcast do not reflect those of the host. But dang, those opinions sure are interesting. David Daniel Gonzalez, Host of Mystic-Skeptic Radio Show/Podcast with David Daniel Gonzalez, joins Greg in holy loopdom to discuss all things spiritual and scientific. Find out: Has the “mystical” led to some of the most destructive groups in human history?How dismissive should we be of the supernatural? What is Christian hedonism?Is it possible to casually use the word “parallelomania” in conversation? Take a guess. David Daniel Gonzalez is a radio host, producer and researcher who explores diverse topics such as alternative history, ancient mysteries and the Bible. He’s an author of several books in the Raiders of the Unknown series, including Demonology of Ancient Israel: The truth about demons, possession and exorcism, Heirs of the Kingdom: Jewish-Christianity’s Relationship to Second Temple Judaism, and The Messiah Son of Ephraim: & The Gabriel Revelation Tablet. Check out his podcast at: https://www.buzzsprout.com/84561 and his website: https://mysticandskeptic.wordpress.com/Join the Open Loops Community! https://www.facebook.com/groups/openloops

Israel Bible Podcast
"Wisdom Jousting" and the Pharisees

Israel Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2020 23:34


Pinchas Shir, who is the Associate Professor of Ancient Cultures at IBC, helps us unravel the complexities within Second Temple Judaism. This week we talk about his course "The Jewish Christ: First Century Diversity" and focus primarily on the Pharisees. But even this group was quite diverse and resists the monolithic terms we use to describe them.

ChrisCast
You are a zealot! and you are a zealot! and you are a zealot! and you are a zealot!—you're all zealots! #42

ChrisCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 30:24


The number 42 is, in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, the "Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything", calculated by an enormous supercomputer named Deep Thought over a period of 7.5 million years. Unfortunately, no one knows what the question is. The Zealots were a political movement in 1st-century Second Temple Judaism which sought to incite the people of Judea Province to rebel against the Roman Empire and expel it from the Holy Land by force of arms, most notably during the First Jewish–Roman War. Fanaticism is a belief or behavior involving uncritical zeal or with an obsessive enthusiasm. Philosopher George Santayana defines fanaticism as "redoubling your effort when you have forgotten your aim". The fanatic displays very strict standards and little tolerance for contrary ideas or opinions. Extremism is "the quality or state of being extreme" or "the advocacy of extreme measures or views". The term is primarily used in a political or religious sense, to refer to an ideology that is considered to be far outside the mainstream attitudes of society. It can also be used in an economic context. Groupthink is a psychological phenomenon that occurs within a group of people in which the desire for harmony or conformity in the group results in an irrational or dysfunctional decision-making outcome. Dementia is a general term for loss of memory, language, problem-solving and other thinking abilities that are severe enough to interfere with daily life. An extinction-level event is a widespread and rapid decrease in the biodiversity on Earth. Such an event is identified by a sharp change in the diversity and abundance of multicellular organisms. It occurs when the rate of extinction increases with respect to the rate of speciation. Existential crisis, also known as existential dread, are moments when individuals question whether their lives have meaning, purpose, or value, and are negatively impacted by the contemplation. It may be commonly, but not necessarily, tied to depression or inevitably negative speculations on purpose in life. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chrisabraham/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chrisabraham/support

Israel Bible Podcast
Who's Who in the Gospels?

Israel Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2020 27:02


Pinchas Shir, who is the Associate Professor of Ancient Cultures at IBC, helps us unravel the complexities within Second Temple Judaism. Who are the Sadducees, Pharisees, Essenes, and Zealots? Why is there such diversity in Judaism? This week we talk about his course "The Jewish Christ: First Century Diversity" and focus primarily on the Sadducees.

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend
Demonology Deconstructed: Conversation with Mystic-Skeptic Radio Show's David Daniel Gonzalez

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2020 68:03


RELIGION Exorcisms, possessions, witches, Satan, Sodom and Gomorrah. David Daniel Gonzalez returns!  David's is a radio host, producer and researcher who explores diverse topics such as alternative history, ancient mysteries and the Bible. He's an author of several books in the Raiders of the Unknown series, including Demonology of Ancient Israel: The truth about demons, possession and exorcism, Heirs of the Kingdom: Jewish-Christianity's Relationship to Second Temple Judaism, and The Messiah Son of Ephraim: & The Gabriel Revelation Tablet.  In the 90s, Fox could've produced a television show called, "When Bible Stories Go BAD!" and that's what this episode is all about.  Because defecating to worship demons?  Yes, it happened.  If you're a fan of The Conjuring or The Exorcism, this episode is all about those films!  ...and in David's opinion, just how utterly ridiculous it all is... -------------------------------- David's links:  The Mystic-Skeptic Radio Show/Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/84561  Website: https://mysticandskeptic.wordpress.com/ -------------------------------- If you enjoy this show, please go to ratethispodcast.com/openloops so we can keep bringing you more! 

Monday's Life
Intertestamental Period Part 2

Monday's Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2020 65:44


Intertestamental Period Part 2- A part of the Forerunner series. Now that we have discussed the comparison between the First and Second Temple Judaism eras, we will turn our attention to the literature of Second Temple Judaism era. Most Christians are surprised to learn that the literature (that informed Jews in the times of Jesus and His Apostles) can be found today in many more sources besides the (Protestant) New Testament Scriptures.

Unwinding: a podcast from the University of Kansas

Can religious texts be changed by the scribe copying them down? Associate Professor of Religious Studies Molly Zahn's new book Genres of Rewriting in Second Temple Judaism explores the evolution of religious texts in the Dead Sea Scrolls. Listen as she talks about her research, path to KU, how studying religious studies can help students prepare for a future beyond the classroom, and more on our September edition of Unwinding.

LIGHT OF MENORAH
The Lord's Prayer - Lesson 6 Part 2 - Your Kingdom come, Your Will be done

LIGHT OF MENORAH

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2020 37:36


In part 1 we learned that the Kingdom of God was a concept in Second Temple Judaism, the religion of Jesus' day, that was understood by the Jewish people.  We saw that Moses states that God will reign forever and ever (Exod. 15:18).  Thus, if God reigns, He is king.  If God is King then He has a Kingdom.  But, His Kingdom does not have a territory or borders or a palace or castle.  In Jesus' day the Kingdom of God meant only that God rules and reigns over His creation, the heavens and the earth, the universe.  It is like what the Jewish people say in their daily blessings that Adonai is King of the Universe.  Here's the blessing over bread ...בָּרוּךְ אַתָּה ה׳ אֱלֹהֵינוּ מֶלֶךְ הָעוֹלָם הַמּוֹצִיא לֶחֶם מִן הָאָרֶץBaruch ata Adonai Eloheinu melech ha’olam hamotzi lechem min ha’aretz.Blessed are you, Lord our God, KING of the universe who brings forth bread from the earth.So, in the first century A.D. in Israel, God's Kingdom was and is and will always be.  So, as we continue to study the phrase in Matt. 6:10, "Your Kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven," we ask then if His Kingdom was and is and will always be why are we praying that His Kingdom should come? Are we missing something?  Again, we are.  We are disconnected from how the disciples of Jesus understood the Kingdom of God 2000 years ago when Jesus taught this prayer.  We need again to reconnect to those days to expand our understanding of the Lord's Prayer and what it all means to them and to us today.I mentioned I would link several articles that are examples of my resources that I have accessed to develop these podcasts on the Lord's Prayer and on the Kingdom of the Lord.  These links are shown below.  The links that have a "*" before them will take you to the website www.JerusalemPerspective.comwhich has an annual fee to access the entire article and the remaining 100's of articles available from highly credible Christian and Jewish scholars.  I highly recommend this website for any of you who are serious students of the Bible.  This is one resource that is worth paying the annual fee for real scholarship and study.* The Kingdom of God: God’s Power Among Believers. Robert L. Lindseyhttps://www.jerusalemperspective.com/2445/* Literary Languages in the Time of Jesus.  Shmuel Safraihttps://www.jerusalemperspective.com/2563/* Jesus and the Oral Torah: The Unutterable Name of God.  David Biven.  https://www.jerusalemperspective.com/2087/* The Lord's Prayer.  David Biven.https://www.jerusalemperspective.com/769/* The Lord’s Prayer 1: Introduction.  Brad Young.  (Note: this is part 1 of 10)https://www.jerusalemperspective.com/2229/The following articles are accessed for free at the amazing website www.EnGediResourceCenter.orgincluding articles by Lois Tverberg on the Lord's Prayer and the Kingdom of God.  Articles on the Lord's Prayer - https://engediresourcecenter.com/tag/lords-prayer/Rev. Ferret - who is this guy?  What's his background?  Why should I listen to him?  Check his background at this link - click here for the teacher's background

History in the Bible
2.60 An Epilogue and a Prologue: Season Two Finale

History in the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2020 19:51


I finish season two and invite you to season three, which will launch early in 2021. The third season will explore the tumultuous history of the two children of Second Temple Judaism: the rabbinic movement, and Christianity. Both were sent spinning into the void after the cataclysm of the destruction of the Temple and the annihilation of the age-old religious and political structures of the Jewish state.

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend
Sex, Power, Money, Christians, Jews, Muslims, You: Interview with David Daniel Gonzalez

Open Loops with Greg Bornstein: Conversations That Bend

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2020 58:05


RELIGION  The opinions of the guests of the Open Loops Podcast do not reflect those of the host. But dang, those opinions sure are interesting. David Daniel Gonzalez, Host of Mystic-Skeptic Radio Show/Podcast with David Daniel Gonzalez, joins Greg in holy loopdom to discuss all things spiritual and scientific.  Find out:  Has the "mystical" led to some of the most destructive groups in human history? How dismissive should we be of the supernatural?  What is Christian hedonism? Is it possible to casually use the word "parallelomania" in conversation? Take a guess.  David Daniel Gonzalez is a radio host, producer and researcher who explores diverse topics such as alternative history, ancient mysteries and the Bible. He's an author of several books in the Raiders of the Unknown series, including Demonology of Ancient Israel: The truth about demons, possession and exorcism, Heirs of the Kingdom: Jewish-Christianity's Relationship to Second Temple Judaism, and The Messiah Son of Ephraim: & The Gabriel Revelation Tablet. Check out his podcast at: https://www.buzzsprout.com/84561 and his website: https://mysticandskeptic.wordpress.com/ ----------------- Shows are dropping like Kingda Ka, but there's always room for a new attraction.  We love making this show for you. If you're enjoying Open Loops, please go to https://ratethispodcast.com/openloops! Stay forever. We really do love you. ———————— For more Greg insanity, follow him on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thegregbornstein/ 

Complete Sinner's Guide
Episode 26: Which View Does Scripture Teach? A Debate!!!

Complete Sinner's Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2020 120:41


On this episode of The Complete Sinner's Guide Michael Keaton and David Pallman sit down with your host's Tyler and Noah to discuss why each of them holds to a different theological system. The debate over God's Sovereignty and man's responsibility goes back centuries, especially within Second Temple Judaism. Michael, a Calvinist and David, a Classical Arminian, bring the debate to the modern day to discuss and debate why each of them holds to the position's they do, and what some of the major faults are, in their expert opinion, with the other's view! Side note from Tyler: This has absolutely been my favorite discussion to date on TCSG! I sincerely want to thank both Michael and David for coming on and discussing this topic! This discussion between Mike and David has been a long time coming and they have put so much work into this and the Lord's Will was for it to take place here! Also a big thanks to my co-host Noah! Without you TCSG would not be possible! I love you brother! And last but surely not least, my wife Lacy! I love you baby! You are a wonderful wife and the best mom our little girl could ask for! Thank you for letting me do this and taking the reigns with Kelcy while I prepare for these shows myself! Thank you God for everything you have given me! I pray you bless this podcast and may Your Holy Name and Your Son's Holy Name be glorified! Special Guest: Noah J. Chelliah.

Tour Guide Confidential
David Gurevich - Innovation in a Time of Crisis

Tour Guide Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2020 87:47


Since the start of the coronavirus crisis, Dr. David Gurevich has been ahead of the curve in seeing the potential of online events to provide a virtual space for guides. So, it seems only appropriate that we met over Zoom to unpack what he has learned from this experience, as well as to discuss his activism on behalf of tour guides struggling to obtain their unemployment benefits. In addition, we discussed the benefits and potential pitfalls of being a tour guide with an academic background and why it is that guides are so central to tourism. A graduate of Haifa University, Dr. Gurevich is an archaeologist who conducts research on Jerusalem, studies Second Temple Judaism and the history of the first archaeologists. He also studied Christianity and ritual murders! He has published numerous articles and spent a year at Harvard University as the recipient of the prestigious Fulbright fellowship. If you wish to contact him to learn more about the events that he hosts or to invite him to lecture, he can be reached at: www.israelincolor.com

LIGHT OF MENORAH
The Lord's Prayer - Lesson 4 - "Who Is In Heaven"

LIGHT OF MENORAH

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2020 18:37


We continue with the words of the Lord's Prayer, HaTehfeelah Adonai.  Our focus is now on the words, "...who is in heaven."  This begs the question where does God live?  Where is His abode, where does He dwell 24/7?  Isn't heaven the sky above and space with the moon and sun and planets and galaxies?  If so does God live out there behind a nebula or a galaxy hidden from our eyes?  Or, does the English language cause some issues?  We have put the Lord's Prayer into its historical context and we see that it was first taught in Hebrew to a specific group of people, the religious Jewish disciples, and in a specific culture and time; He taught it sometime between 24-30 A.D. to those who practiced Second Temple Judaism and who only had the Old Testament, the Hebrew scriptures, as their only Bible.  So, let's jump in.  Let's see what they knew and understood in Hebrew.  Let's find out where God lives and dwells 24/7.  Once again here's links I mentioned in the lesson.  Check them out as they hopefully will add and enrich your study of HaTehfeelah Adonai, the Lord's Prayer which He gave to us, His disciples, and we can now call it, HaTehfeelah Talmidim, the Prayer of the Disciples.Link 1 - click here for the video "Where is the Garden of Gethsemane?"Link 2a - Dr. Brad Young's videos on the Hebrew background of the Lord's prayer - click here for his video series Link 2b - Dr. Brad Young's scholarly work on the Jewish background of the Lord's prayer - click here to access all his books in the bookstore  Link 2c - Dr. Brad Young's article on the Lord's prayer at "Jerusalem Perspective" - click here for part 1 of this 10 part seriesRev. Ferret - who is this guy?  What's his background?  Why should I listen to him?  Check his background at this link - click here for the teacher's background

The Bible For Normal People
Episode 128: Matthias Henze - The Bible & Second Temple Judaism

The Bible For Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 48:09


What happened during the time the writings of the Old Testament stopped and the New Testament writings began? People didn’t stop writing and what they wrote helps us better understand the context of the Bible. On this episode we talk with Dr. Matthias Henze who studies this in-between time period and he shares with us what he's learned about the world in which Jesus lived.  Show Notes →      

Douglas Jacoby Podcast
OT Characters: Ishmael

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2020 27:09


For more notes and resources check out Douglas' website.Hebrew words:Yishma'el (Ishmael) -- God hears.The point: God hears, and cares for, and works in the lives of all human beings -- not just the covenant people.Note: the translations used in this podcast are the CSB and NASB.Further study:Biblical:Genesis 16:9-16: Ishmael is born as a result of human attempts to receive (accelerate) God's promises, after Sarah and Abraham had waited 11 years. In contrast, Isaac, born 14 years later -- 25 years after the promise was given -- was clearly the work of God. His birth was possible only because of the Lord.Genesis 17:20, 23-26; 21:8-21; 25:7-17 (35:29).Galatians 4:21-5:1; Revelation 3:12; 21:2, 10.Ishmael and the Ishmaelites are mentioned in Genesis 16, 17, 25, 28, 36, 37; Judges 8:24; Psalm 83.Study Paul's use of flesh and spirit and law in Galatians and Romans. Flesh is the human tendency to take matters into our own hands, rather than trusting God to work in our lives. In connection with this, read the interesting articles on Human Nature and Driven Men.Extrabiblical:Read about the Qur'anic view of Ishmael, 'Isma'il in Arabic. Seeking legitimacy, the Muslims eventually chose Ishmael as an "ancestor," although in fact many of the Arab peoples have no Ishmaelite blood in their veins at all.If you want to learn more about Islam, Jesus and Islam (2009) has lots of material.Some things we learn about God:God often reverses the natural order of things. In the Bible, and especially in Genesis, the younger supplants the older, receiving the blessing that would otherwise be his.God hears the prayers of sinners (with the exceptions of Psalm 66:18, Isaiah 59:1ff, John 9:31). Otherwise, Matthew 7:7 would not make sense.God cares for those who are outside his covenant people.Genesis 14 -- Melchizedek.Amos 9:7, Jonah 4:11, etc.If God kept his promises to Ishmael, who was not a son of promise or child of the covenant, how much more will he keep his promises to those of his chosen line?For kids:Read portions of Genesis 21. Tell the basic story: Abraham had two sons. One was 13 years older than the other! Abraham loved Ishmael very much.Explain that Sarah, Ishmael's stepmother, was not very nice to him. Even though it was hard for Ishmael and his mother, they did okay.God's plan for Ishmael was not the same as his plan for Isaac. Through Isaac all the world would be blessed -- he would be the ancestor of Jesus. Ishmael went on to become the father of twelve triibes (just like Jacob later on).Like Abraham, God loves all his children. He will accomplish different things through different people. We should not be jealous, or doubt God's love or us, even if we can't understand his plans.Key verses:17:20 and 21:18 -- God cares for Ishmael; he did not write off him and his descendants.25:9 -- Ishmael comes together with his younger brother Isaac to bury their father, Abraham.Galatians 4:29 -- This passage is not referring to the Muslims, but to the religious establishment. In the first century, this was Second Temple Judaism. While many Jews embraced Christ and the gospel, others dismissed Christ; they were no longer the covenant people of God.Next lesson: Rebekah

Messianic Apologetics
Septuagint (LXX) – FAQ

Messianic Apologetics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2020 8:20


Why do you consult the Septuagint frequently? I understand that the Greek Septuagint is a valuable resource for understanding Second Temple Judaism and for reading the Apostolic Scriptures, and that there are some differences between the Septuagint and Hebrew Masoretic Text of the Tanach. Are there any English translations of the Septuagint which can help me in my studies? The post Septuagint (LXX) – FAQ appeared first on Messianic Apologetics.

Latter-day Saint Perspectives
Episode 121: Despite All We Can Do with Daniel O. McClellan

Latter-day Saint Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2020 57:33


About the Interview: Daniel O. McClellan won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2nd Annual Book of Mormon Studies Association conference for his paper on the linguistic and rhetorical contexts of 2 Nephi 25:23. In his work as a translation coordinator for the Church, he noticed that there were inconsistencies in the translation of this verse that led to misunderstandings. This finding led him to get to the roots of the phrase by studying the historical context of the reading. His research provides persuasive arguments to an interpretation of grace that clears up common misunderstandings of Restoration theology.   In this interview, Laura Harris Hales also discusses “As Far As It Is Translated Correctly” published in the Religious Educator and “The Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament” from Lincoln Blumell’s anthology on the New Testament, which provides valuable contexts and insights into the translation process. About Our Guest: Daniel O. McClellan received his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in ancient Near Eastern studies, where he focused on Biblical Hebrew and minored in Classical Greek. He completed a master of studies in Jewish studies at the University of Oxford in July of 2010 and a master of arts in biblical studies at Trinity Western University just outside of Vancouver, BC. He is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Exeter. His areas of specialization are Second Temple Judaism, early Israelite religion, textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible, and cognitive interpretation of scripture. Disclaimer:    Latter-day Saint Perspectives Podcast is not affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The opinions expressed on this episode represent the views of the guests and the podcaster alone, and Latter-day Saint Perspectives Podcast and its parent organization may or may not agree with them. While the ideas presented may vary from traditional understandings or teachings, they in no way reflect criticism of Latter-day Saint Church leaders, policies, or practices. Extra Resources:  "The Old Testament in the Old Testament" in the New Testament: History, Culture, and Society "As Far as It Is Translated Correctly": Bible Translation and the Church

Latter-day Saint Perspectives
Episode 121: Despite All We Can Do with Daniel O. McClellan

Latter-day Saint Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2020 57:33


About the Interview: Daniel O. McClellan won the Best Student Paper Award at the 2nd Annual Book of Mormon Studies Association conference for his paper on the linguistic and rhetorical contexts of 2 Nephi 25:23. In his work as a translation coordinator for the Church, he noticed that there were inconsistencies in the translation of this verse that led to misunderstandings. This finding led him to get to the roots of the phrase by studying the historical context of the reading. His research provides persuasive arguments to an interpretation of grace that clears up common misunderstandings of Restoration theology.   In this interview, Laura Harris Hales also discusses “As Far As It Is Translated Correctly” published in the Religious Educator and “The Use of the Old Testament in the New Testament” from Lincoln Blumell’s anthology on the New Testament, which provides valuable contexts and insights into the translation process. About Our Guest: Daniel O. McClellan received his bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University in ancient Near Eastern studies, where he focused on Biblical Hebrew and minored in Classical Greek. He completed a master of studies in Jewish studies at the University of Oxford in July of 2010 and a master of arts in biblical studies at Trinity Western University just outside of Vancouver, BC. He is currently a PhD candidate at the University of Exeter. His areas of specialization are Second Temple Judaism, early Israelite religion, textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible, and cognitive interpretation of scripture. Disclaimer:    Latter-day Saint Perspectives Podcast is not affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The opinions expressed on this episode represent the views of the guests and the podcaster alone, and Latter-day Saint Perspectives Podcast and its parent organization may or may not agree with them. While the ideas presented may vary from traditional understandings or teachings, they in no way reflect criticism of Latter-day Saint Church leaders, policies, or practices.

Podcast | First Congregational Church of Litchfield
“How to Wrestle with God and Win” – Tyler Jarvis

Podcast | First Congregational Church of Litchfield

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2020


Our guest preacher today is Tyler Jarvis. Tyler is studying Second Temple Judaism at Yale Divinity School after spending the last ten years serving as the youth minister at a church in Texas. Tyler's sermon lets us know when we struggle with God sometimes, it is not a sign of unfaithfulness.

Greg Boyd: Apologies & Explanations
All Things Apostle Paul

Greg Boyd: Apologies & Explanations

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2020 38:58


Kurt Willems talks about The New Paul, Second Temple Judaism, and which Pauline letters might not actually be from Paul. Episode 630 Greg's new book: Inspired Imperfection Dan's new book: Confident Humility Send Questions To: Dan: @thatdankentTwitter: @reKnewOrg Facebook: ReKnew Email: askgregboyd@gmail.com Links: Greg's book:"Crucifixion of the Warrior God" Website: ReKnew.org  

Biblical Foundations
The T&T Clark Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism

Biblical Foundations

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2020 17:58


Episode 15: In this episode, we discuss the newly published T&T Clark Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism with co-editor Dan Gurtner.

Biblical Foundations
The Jewish Background of the New Testament with Dan Gurtner

Biblical Foundations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2020 13:39


Episode 14: In this episode, we discuss the Jewish background of the New Testament with Dr. Dan Gurtner. What is the relevance of Second Temple Judaism to studying the New Testament? Dan Gurtner is Ernest Mildred Hogan Professor of New Testament at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and co-editor of the T&T Clark Encyclopedia of Second Temple Judaism.

FULLER curated
62 - Constructing Landscape of Interiority in Second Temple Judaism | Carol A. Newsom

FULLER curated

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2019 51:05


Carol A. Newsom, Charles Howard Candler Professor of Old Testament at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology, explores how cultural practices and resources shape a society’s concepts of self, focusing particularly on the function of introspection in the Second Temple period.

Book It
24: The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing (w/author Jonathan Pennington!)

Book It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2019


Listen as Jonathan interviews Dr. Jonathan Pennington, Professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, about his book The Sermon on the Mount and Human Flourishing. You’ll be helped to hear how Jesus fits squarely in the contexts of Second Temple Judaism and the Greco-Roman Virtue Tradition. For more of Dr. Pennington, follow the link below to his Youtube show, Cars, Coffee, Theology.

Dragons in Genesis
037_The Mask of Zoroastrianism

Dragons in Genesis

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2019 3:42


A crash course in the single largest external influence on Second Temple Judaism. Who was Zarathustra? Why was his religion so important? And what was it all about? This is without a doubt my biggest and bestest episode. Oh, and there's a HUGE announcement. Don't worry, you won't miss it.

Things Not Seen Podcast
#1901 - Imagining the World of Second Temple Judaism: Dr. Malka Simkovich

Things Not Seen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 27, 2019 47:50


We speak with Dr. Malka Z. Simkovich of Catholic Theological Union in Chicago about her recent book, Discovering Second Temple Literature: The Scriptures and Stories That Shaped Early Judaism Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

History in the Bible
Bonus 20 The Emergence of Rabbinic Judaism and Christianity

History in the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2018 83:24


Second Temple Judaism (530 BC-70 AD) was a lush forest of beliefs, factions, and sects: Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes, Sicarri, Zealots, the Fourth Philosophy and more. All were swept away in the First Roman-Jewish war that ended with the destruction of the temple. From this forest, two new religions emerged: Rabbinic Judaism, and Christianity.

Ask Win
David Fiensy

Ask Win

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2018 26:17


Ask Win is a podcast where you are a VIP. Win wants to focus and teach people more and Cerebral Palsy. You’re welcome to ask questions about anything that you want. CP questions but mainly life questions on how to deal with CP or not. Win can ask you base questions if you want. Please let us know or there will be no base questions. If you have any questions for Win please email her at askingwkelly@gmail.com. In 2018 let be open and honest on Ask Win. To learn more about Ask Win visit http://askwin.weebly.com. Be sure to FOLLOW this program https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wins-women-of-wisdom/id1060801905. Plan A: Please donate to Ask Win by going to Payment Venmo Win1195 at https://venmo.com/. Plan B: Have you seen Cash App? Try it using my code and we’ll each get $5. TJHHMMQ: https://cash.me/app/TJHHMMQ. Plan C: $60 to $100 for Ask Win: https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/form-nonprofit-eight-steps-29484.html. Plan D: Please support this podcast by PayPal at https://www.paypal.me/WCharles, https://www.patreon.com/Askwin, or go to https://www.zellepay.com/how-it-works. Check out Ask Win on Shopio at http://www.shopio.com/?ref=askwin. Google Podcasting App Product Manager #212 - New Media Show: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/geek-news-central-podcast/the-new-media-show/e/55231838?autoplay=true. Inktale: https://inktale.com. To see Wn’s art and learn more about her go to http://www.blurb.com/b/1656186-art-by-win-k-charles, https://www.redbubble.com/people/wcharles/portfolio, and http://linkedin.com/in/win-c-1a25b984. Please donate to Aspen Country Day School at https://www.aspencountryday.org/page.cfm?p=652. Get cash back for shopping on Ebates! Sign up with Win’s invite link for a $10 bonus when you shop at over 2,000 stores like eBay, Macy’s & Walmart. The link is https://go.ebat.es/imsk/2IHGc9cNtK. Join us on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/authorwincharles/. To follow Win’s new page CP Fashion go to https://www.facebook.com/cpfashion81611/. Academy of Art University Online Open House: https://youtu.be/5UpzLgK46CE. To learn how Win walk and about Ekso go to http://www.bridgingbionics.org/, or email Amanda Boxtel at amanda@bridgingbionics.org. Please donate to the Bridging Bionics Foundation. Please send a check in the mail so 100% goes to Bridging Bionics Foundation. In the Memo section have people write: In honor of Win Charles and Danielle Coulter. Thank you in advance, Win and Danielle. Send to: Bridging Bionics Foundation PO Box 3767 Basalt, CO 81621 Thank you Win On Ask Win today (Tuesday, December 11, 2018), Best-Selling Author, Win C welcomes David Fiensy. After graduating from Duke University with a Ph.D. in New Testament and Second Temple Judaism, David Fiensy taught for seven years at Kentucky Christian University. He then served a two year tenure at the Institut zur Erforschung des Urchristentums in Tuebingen, Germany. Upon returning to the United States, he accepted a church pastorate for six years and then resumed teaching at Kentucky Christian University. He has participated in seven archaeological excavations and surveys and has other wise traveled widely in the Mediterranean area and the Middle East. He is now semi-retired and involved in several writing projects. He and his wife are the parents of two daughters and two granddaughters. He enjoys running, hiking, cycling, and reading mystery novels. To learn more about David email him at dfiensy@gmail.com. To get School of Podcasting Monthly Membership go to https://www.theschoolofpodcasting.com/bundles/school-of-podcasting-monthly-membership?ref=6e6340. To buy Win’s first bio, I, Win, go to https://amzn.to/2mnDtyA. To donate to I, Win go to https://www.paypal.me/askwin. To listen to I, Win on Audible go to https://www.amazon.com/Win-Journey-Disabled-Living-Non-Disabled/dp/B00BL7VZRI/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1533509424&sr=1-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=I%2CWin%3A+Hope+and+Life%3A+My+Journey+as+a+Disabled+Woman+Living+in+a+Non-Disabled+World&dpPl=1&dpID=51VEVReFh3L&ref=plSrch. To go buy Danielle Coulter’s books go to https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/author?_encoding=UTF8&asin=B00OFIOY3C. To go buy Carla Wynn Hall’s books go to https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/author/ref=dbs_P_W_auth?_encoding=UTF8&author=Carla%20Wynn%20Hall&searchAlias=digital-text&asin=B00HU8SDFO.

Podcast episodes – The Secret History of Western Esotericism Podcast (SHWEP)

In this episode Professor John J. Collins introduces a fascinating product of Second Temple Judaism, and a fertile vehicle for esoteric speculation beyond the bounds of Jewry – apocalyptic literature. All will be revealed!

Podcast episodes – The Secret History of Western Esotericism Podcast (SHWEP)
The Long Secret History of the Jews Part II: Second-Temple Judaism

Podcast episodes – The Secret History of Western Esotericism Podcast (SHWEP)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2018 29:24


Judaism starts to get seriously esoteric in the time known as the Second Temple period. This episode gives some basic historical points of reference for this era of Jewish antiquity, setting the stage for the visionary journeys, apocalyptic revelations, and magic to come.

OnScript
Matthias Henze – Mind the Gap (Jewish Writings Between the OT & NT)

OnScript

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2018 44:40


In this episode, Matthias Henze maps out how people approaching the biblical texts from the NT lens can hop into the world of Hellenistic Judaism to better understand the NT literature.

The History of the Early Church
Bonus 2 - The Origins of the Trinity with Dr. Michael Heiser

The History of the Early Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2018 37:22


In this episode we discuss the roots of the Trinity and Christology in the religion of ancient Canaan, Israel, and Second Temple Judaism with Dr. Michael Heiser. Dr. Heiser is a scholar of ancient Hebrew and Semitic studies. You can check out his content at DrMSH.com Music “Sons of Constantinople” by Tyler Cunningham, licensed under Pond5. HistoryoftheEarlyChurch.wordpress.com HistoryoftheEarlyChurch@gmail.com Facebook.com/EarlyChurchPodcast

Seeking Health with Josiah & Anne Jisca Meyer
Silent Years 3: Second Temple Judaism B

Seeking Health with Josiah & Anne Jisca Meyer

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2018 49:25


From the Maccabees to the destruction of Jerusalem, with detailed description of the Judaism of Jesus' day. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/josiah-meyer/message

Podcast – No Longer Be Children
Silent Years 3: Second Temple Judaism B

Podcast – No Longer Be Children

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2018


From the Maccabees to the destruction of Jerusalem, with detailed description of the Judaism of Jesus' day.

The Bellator Christi Podcast
(5.17.18) Flashback Edition: Election from the Perspective of Second Temple Judaism (w. Dr. Chad Thornhill)

The Bellator Christi Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2018 45:06


On this flashback edition of The Bellator Christi Podcast, we look back to an interview originally aired on Blog Talk Radio. We are joined by Dr. Chad Thornhill as he discusses election from the perspective of Second Temple Judaism as found in his book The Chosen People: Election, Paul, and Second Temple Judaism. About the Guest Chad Thornhill […]

Seeking Health with Josiah & Anne Jisca Meyer
Silent Years 2: Second Temple Judaism A

Seeking Health with Josiah & Anne Jisca Meyer

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2018 44:02


A detailed look at the situation of the Jewish People in the 400 years before Jesus. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/josiah-meyer/message

Podcast – No Longer Be Children
Silent Years 2: Second Temple Judaism A

Podcast – No Longer Be Children

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2018


A detailed look at the situation of the Jewish People in the 400 years before Jesus.

Exploring Mormon Thought
047-Monotheism & the Hierarchy of Divine Beings in 2nd Temple Judaism (Pt 1)-Of God and Gods Ch 3

Exploring Mormon Thought

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2018 53:21


Topics Discussed: • Jewish Views of the Hierarchy of Divine Beings • The Council of Gods in the Dead Sea Scrolls • Divine Beings in Second Temple Judaism

Seers See Ministries
SSM 16 What Jesus Saw from the Cross

Seers See Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2018 56:41


What Jesus saw from the Cross demonstrates much about the militant nature of the Lord's mission. Topics discussed: The Book of Enoch, Second Temple Judaism, the Watchers, the Sin of the Watchers, the giants, the origins of demons, idols, Azazel, Mt. Hermon, the Bulls of Bashan, the Crucifixion, the Resurrection, the giving of Spiritual Gifts.  Sources referenced in the episode: Harris, W. Hall, III, Elliot Ritzema, Rick Brannan, Douglas Mangum, John Dunham, Jeffrey A. Reimer, and Micah Wierenga, eds. The Lexham English Bible. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2012. Heiser, Michael S. The Unseen Realm: Recovering the Supernatural Worldview of the Bible. First Edition. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press, 2015.alm. Heiser, Michael S. Reversing Hermon: Enoch, the Watchers, & the Forgotten Mission of Jesus Christ. Defender Publishing, 2017. And a special appearance by this awesome song: The Long Song, Composed by Murray Gold, Performed by Emilia Jones & The BBC National Orchestra of Wales, from the Doctor Who episode, "The Rings of Akhaten. 

Logos Institute Podcast
NT Wright on Natural Theology & Historical Exegesis

Logos Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2018 24:12


This is Episode 4 of Pogos, the official Podcast of the Logos Institute for Analytic and Exegetical Theology. This episode is part 1 of an interview between our hosts, Jonathan Rutledge & Stephanie Nicole Nordby, and NT “Tom” Wright (Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity @ the University of St Andrews). In this interview, we focus on the topics of Perfect Being Theology & Biblical Interpretation (especially with an emphasis on the importance of Second-temple texts). 0:48 – What is the relationship between analytic and exegetical theology? 5:11 – What is Perfect Being Theology? 7:49 – Is there anything wrong with someone taking themselves to find the omni-attributes in scripture? 9:49 – How about Natural Theology? Must Natural Theology presuppose Perfect Being Theology? 12:22 – Is there a rough overview of what you (Prof Wright) are hoping to accomplish in your upcoming Gifford Lectures? 16:48 – What is Second-Temple Judaism and where should someone go to learn more about it? 20:02 – Where does the notion of transcendence fit into the historical approach to natural theology? To learn more about the Logos Institute, visit our webpage @ http://logos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk. And don’t forget to follow us on our blog where we post content from other friends of the institute @ http://blogos.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk.

Church of the Incarnation: Classes
An Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls, January 14, 2018

Church of the Incarnation: Classes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2018


The Dead Sea scrolls shed light on Second Temple Judaism, the kind of Judaism prevalent in the society of Jesus’ life and ministry. By understanding these scrolls one can better understand the social and political climate of Israel during the time of Christ.

History of Christianity
Episode 14 – Second Temple Judaism

History of Christianity

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2017 22:50


Christianity didn’t emerge out of a vacuum. Although considered a separate religion now, it was originally a sect of Judaism. The culture in which it […]

OnScript
Miryam Brand – Evil Within and Without

OnScript

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2017 55:53


Episode: What causes our sin? At some point, a first century Jewish teacher stumbles out of the Galilee saying things like, “If your eye causes you to sin, tear it out and throw […]

The Bible Geek Show
The Bible Geek Podcast 17-014

The Bible Geek Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2017


Is the depiction of Jesus in the Catacombs valid archaeological evidence for the historical Jesus? How does the absence of Nazareth in any first century contemporary writings, including Flavius Josephus relates to the late date of the gospels? If Nazareth didn't exist just yet during the time Jesus lived, why would the gospel writers pick a non-existent place to begin with? Does the place Nazareth relate to cults the Mandeans and Nazoraeans? Isnâ??t it a sign of Mythicism when Christ is called â??the firstborn of the dead,â?? contradicting all the stories of his raising Lazarus, et al., as if there were as yet no such stories? What did the NT Christians think they were being saved from? Hell? In light of Revelation 1:1, how do the Christians who believe Revelation is describing events that are happening today or will happen in the future defend their theories and dogmas? While there may be objections to drunkenness in the Proverbs, isnâ??t it the critics of the drunks who come off badly in the stories of Noah and Lot? From my understanding, after the Exile, the Hebrew religion had a major shift from a polytheistic Canaanite religion to the monotheistic Yahweh cult. Was that transition made in an effort to make the Hebrew captives more "acceptable" to their overlords? Can we also see Christianity as an effort to make Second Temple Judaism into something more acceptable to the Romans? If Jesus began as a non-Jewish myth, why such an effort to make Jesus Jewish in the gospels?

Southern Demonology: the Podcast that Explores Angelology, Demonology, Ghosts, Spirits, and Monsters from Antiquity to the Pr

The second podcast of Southern Demonology. In this episode, we cover the Dead Sea Scrolls: their history, impact upon academia, the prayer found in 4Q510-11, and some basics of Second Temple Judaism.

History of the Papacy Podcast
Sidetrack Episode 49 Satan and the Origin of Evil

History of the Papacy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2016 23:13


Description: This is the fifth installment of Garry and Steve’s Guide to the Apocalypse. In this episode Garry and I discuss the narrative arch of the character Satan. It is curious why his stock went down over the course of Second Temple Judaism. Join us as we try to see why this reassessment took place. You can learn more about the History of Papacy and subscribe at all these great places: http://atozhistorypage.com/ email: steve@atozhistorypage.com http://rss.acast.com/historyofthepapacy Agora: www.agorapodcastnetwork.com https://www.patreon.com/papacy The History in the Bible Podcast by Garry Stevens: http://www.historyinthebible.com/ Agora Featured Podcast of the Month: History of Egypt Podcast by Dominic Perry https://egyptianhistorypodcast.com/ Help out the show by ordering these books from Amazon! https://amzn.com/w/1MUPNYEU65NTF Music Provided by: "Greta Sting" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) “Procession of the King” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) "Danse Macabre" Kevin MacLeod... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Deeper Waters with Nick Peters

Chadwick Thornhill joins us to talk about his book "The Chosen People" and what it means to be part of the covenant people

In Our Time
Mary Magdalene

In Our Time

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2016 44:34


Mary Magdalene is one of the best-known figures in the Bible and has been a frequent inspiration to artists and writers over the last 2000 years. According to the New Testament, she was at the foot of the cross when Jesus was crucified and was one of the first people to see Jesus after the resurrection. However, her identity has provoked a large amount of debate and in the Western Church she soon became conflated with two other figures mentioned in the Bible, a repentant sinner and Mary of Bethany. Texts discovered in the mid-20th century provoked controversy and raised further questions about the nature of her relations with Jesus. With: Joanne Anderson Lecturer in Art History at the Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London Eamon Duffy Emeritus Professor of the History of Christianity at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Magdalene College Joan Taylor Professor of Christian Origins and Second Temple Judaism at King's College London Producer: Victoria Brignell.

In Our Time: Religion
Mary Magdalene

In Our Time: Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2016 44:34


Mary Magdalene is one of the best-known figures in the Bible and has been a frequent inspiration to artists and writers over the last 2000 years. According to the New Testament, she was at the foot of the cross when Jesus was crucified and was one of the first people to see Jesus after the resurrection. However, her identity has provoked a large amount of debate and in the Western Church she soon became conflated with two other figures mentioned in the Bible, a repentant sinner and Mary of Bethany. Texts discovered in the mid-20th century provoked controversy and raised further questions about the nature of her relations with Jesus. With: Joanne Anderson Lecturer in Art History at the Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London Eamon Duffy Emeritus Professor of the History of Christianity at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Magdalene College Joan Taylor Professor of Christian Origins and Second Temple Judaism at King's College London Producer: Victoria Brignell.

Jude 3 Project
The Chosen People - Special Guest: Dr. Chad Thornhill

Jude 3 Project

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2015 39:11


On this episode, Dr. Chad Thornhill discussed his new book The Chosen People: Election, Paul and Second Temple Judaism.

Intertestamental History
NT601 Lesson 01

Intertestamental History

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2015 19:13


The first module includes an Introduction and an introduction to the sources from which we learn about the Intertestamental Period. Readings are from both primary and secondary sources. What kinds of documents do we use to learn about the Intertestamental Period? Would the people of Israel assimilate with other people groups and religions or would they continue to remain Jewish and not assimilate with those groups? What do we mean by Second Temple Judaism? Consider that exile and redemption are important to Israel’s identity. In 539 BC, Ezra and Nehemiah begin to rebuild the temple. In 516 BC, the temple is finished and people start to worship there. 516 BC to 70 AD is called the Second Temple Period. In 20 BC to 9 BC, Herod rebuilt the Jerusalem temple as the greatest temple in the world. In 70 AD, the temple was totally and completely destroyed. Would the Jewish people keep their boundary markers or assimilate into the Greek culture? The New Testament quotes often from the Septuagint which is the Greek version of the Old Testament. What happened between the ending of the writing of the Hebrew Bible and the beginning of events in the New Testament? Consider that a primary source is a document written at that time. Josephus lived during the period Jesus was alive. 1 & 2 Maccabees and Apocrypha are also primary sources. Was Josephus a great historian or Jerusalem’s traitor? He was born about 35-37 AD and died in 95 AD. He wrote The Life of Flavius Josephus, Anitquities of the Jews, The War of the Jews, and Against Apion. Consider that Josephus was a good historian but we can not take what he says as absolute truth if he was not involved in the event. Consider that 1 Maccabees is a history in detail from about 175-135 BC and 2 Maccabees interprets events to bolster the Jewish idea of being the greatest nation.

New Testament I
NT502 Lesson 04

New Testament I

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2015 24:24


This lecture investigates Hellenistic culture. Hellenistic culture and society worked according to honor and shame. Jesus did not fit the expectations of what a Messiah should do. Explore the political power of Rome at the time. With Julius Caesar, there is a vie to move from a republic to an empire. After Caesar’s death, a rebellion was incited and Rome had civil war until 31 BC. Pax Romana was declared by Octavian (Augustus) which meant good news and peace from the savior. There is a clash between who the New Testament claims Jesus is and what Rome claims to be. Jesus brings peace by fellowshipping with the outcast and dying on the Cross. The religious context of the New Testament is Second Temple Judaism. The expectation of the people is for a military Messiah who will bring political independence and sit on David’s throne. The hope of political freedom was in a context of honor and shame. Jesus embodies both God’s judgment and God’s grace. In judgment He shows people their desperate need for a Savior and in grace He shows them He is that Savior. What is the role of politics? Augustine held that the advent of Christ is the beginning of the destruction of the earthly city as represented by Rome. Who were the Samaritans? They were people who had intermarried with Gentiles and did not worship in Jerusalem.

New Testament I  (Video)
NT502 Lesson 04

New Testament I (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2015 23:40


This lecture investigates Hellenistic culture. Hellenistic culture and society worked according to honor and shame. Jesus did not fit the expectations of what a Messiah should do. Explore the political power of Rome at the time. With Julius Caesar, there is a vie to move from a republic to an empire. After Caesar’s death, a rebellion was incited and Rome had civil war until 31 BC. Pax Romana was declared by Octavian (Augustus) which meant good news and peace from the savior. There is a clash between who the New Testament claims Jesus is and what Rome claims to be. Jesus brings peace by fellowshipping with the outcast and dying on the Cross. The religious context of the New Testament is Second Temple Judaism. The expectation of the people is for a military Messiah who will bring political independence and sit on David’s throne. The hope of political freedom was in a context of honor and shame. Jesus embodies both God’s judgment and God’s grace. In judgment He shows people their desperate need for a Savior and in grace He shows them He is that Savior. What is the role of politics? Augustine held that the advent of Christ is the beginning of the destruction of the earthly city as represented by Rome. Who were the Samaritans? They were people who had intermarried with Gentiles and did not worship in Jerusalem.

Harvard College Faith and Action - Doxa
The Christian Life and the New Perspective on Paul: A Reading of Ephesians

Harvard College Faith and Action - Doxa

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2014 37:00


The study of Paul-s letters has been greatly impacted by new understandings of Judaism in the first century, known as the New Perspective on Paul. Paul-s theology, his explanations of grace, covenant, and righteousness have been discussed in light of these new interpretations of Second Temple Judaism- however, less attention has been paid to how this new way of viewing the Judaism of Paul-s day impacts our interpretation of Paul-s call to discipleship. We will be diving into Ephesians 2-11-14 and 5-1-5 as they provide fertile soil to explore Paul-s charge to his congregation in light of new understandings of first century Judaism.

The Lutheran Inquisitor
After Life in the Old Testament and Second Temple Judaism, Jeffrey Pulse, 2 of 2

The Lutheran Inquisitor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2014 31:08


The Lutheran Inquisitor - #86

The Lutheran Inquisitor
After Life in the Old Testament and Second Temple Judaism, Jeffrey Pulse, 1 of 2

The Lutheran Inquisitor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2014 30:30


The Lutheran Inquisitor - #85

Ancient & Late Antique Near East Lecture Series
Torah and Jewish Identity in Second Temple Judaism

Ancient & Late Antique Near East Lecture Series

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2014 53:57


According to Second Maccabees, during the persecution by Antiochus Epiphanes in the Maccabean era, a man could not even admit that he was a Ioudaios. Dr. Collins will explore precisely what a loudaios was and what exactly, then, a person could not admit to be. More specifically he will examine how the Torah of Moses came to be definitive for Judean identity in the Second Temple period, and the shifting ways in which the Torah’s significance was understood. John Collins is Holmes Professor of Old Testament Criticism and Interpretation at Yale University Divinity School. He received his Ph.D. from Harvard University and holds an honorary D. Litt. from University College in Dublin. He has published widely on the subjects of apocalypticism, wisdom, Hellenistic Judaism, and the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Spark Cast
Core Values | Resurrection: Resurrection in Second Temple Judaism

Spark Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2013 41:11


The concept and idea around resurrection did not have its beginning in Christianity. Through a historical survey, Pastor Danielle shares insights into the Jewish concept and expectation of resurrection and how it impacts the understanding of Jesus' resurrection in the first-century. This context helps us understand both how the resurrection of Jesus could have been understood, and why it was so radical and unexpected at the same time.

Chapel 1994 - 1995
3-13-95 Dr. Walter Hansen

Chapel 1994 - 1995

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2011 32:18


G. Walter Hansen joined the Fuller faculty in 1995 as associate professor of New Testament and director of the Global Research Institute, which provides fellowships for scholars from the Two-Thirds World. At Fuller, Hansen's courses include exegetical studies, Interpretation of the Bible, New Testament Ethics, and Second Temple Judaism. He has had several books and articles published on selected subjects of Pauline scholarship. Most recently Hansen authored The Letter to the Philippians (2009) in the Pillar New Testament Commentary series and co-authored “Sacra Coversazione” (2009) with Bruce Herman in the journal Image. He was pastor of The Chapel in Cleveland, Ohio for eight years and a teacher for six years at Trinity Theological College in Singapore. He serves as a trustee for Westmont College, Santa Barbara Rescue Mission, and Rivendell Stewards’ Trust.

Chapel 1994 - 1995
1-20-95 Walter Hansen

Chapel 1994 - 1995

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2011 34:59


G. Walter Hansen joined the Fuller faculty in 1995 as associate professor of New Testament and director of the Global Research Institute, which provides fellowships for scholars from the Two-Thirds World. At Fuller, Hansen's courses include exegetical studies, Interpretation of the Bible, New Testament Ethics, and Second Temple Judaism. He has had several books and articles published on selected subjects of Pauline scholarship. Most recently Hansen authored The Letter to the Philippians (2009) in the Pillar New Testament Commentary series and co-authored “Sacra Coversazione” (2009) with Bruce Herman in the journal Image. He was pastor of The Chapel in Cleveland, Ohio for eight years and a teacher for six years at Trinity Theological College in Singapore. He serves as a trustee for Westmont College, Santa Barbara Rescue Mission, and Rivendell Stewards’ Trust.

Chapel 1994 - 1995
1-18-95 Walter Hansen

Chapel 1994 - 1995

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2011 32:42


G. Walter Hansen joined the Fuller faculty in 1995 as associate professor of New Testament and director of the Global Research Institute, which provides fellowships for scholars from the Two-Thirds World. At Fuller, Hansen's courses include exegetical studies, Interpretation of the Bible, New Testament Ethics, and Second Temple Judaism. He has had several books and articles published on selected subjects of Pauline scholarship. Most recently Hansen authored The Letter to the Philippians (2009) in the Pillar New Testament Commentary series and co-authored “Sacra Coversazione” (2009) with Bruce Herman in the journal Image. He was pastor of The Chapel in Cleveland, Ohio for eight years and a teacher for six years at Trinity Theological College in Singapore. He serves as a trustee for Westmont College, Santa Barbara Rescue Mission, and Rivendell Stewards’ Trust.

LCM Sermons
The Shema, the Nazarite, and Mikvahs - Audio

LCM Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2007 63:47


Hello, Friends The most ancient prayer in Judaism is at its heart an affirmation of the One true God and His rule on the earth. Today, ignorance towards Second Temple Judaism has robbed the Christian world of the rich spiritual heritage that Jesus and all of the Apostles shared in. This message combines teachings on the Shema, the Nazarite Vow, and Baptism to encourage believers about the Lordship of Jesus, the necessity of supernatural devotion, and the repudiation of the sinful nature. We pray that you are blessed by what you hear message. Shalom, The LCMF Staff

LCM Sermons
The Shema, the Nazarite, and Mikvahs

LCM Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2007 63:47


Hello, Friends The most ancient prayer in Judaism is at its heart an affirmation of the One true God and His rule on the earth. Today, ignorance towards Second Temple Judaism has robbed the Christian world of the rich spiritual heritage that Jesus and all of the Apostles shared in. This message combines teachings on the Shema, the Nazarite Vow, and Baptism to encourage believers about the Lordship of Jesus, the necessity of supernatural devotion, and the repudiation of the sinful nature. We pray that you are blessed by what you hear message. Shalom, The LCMF Staff

LCM Sermons
The Shema, the Nazarite, and Mikvahs

LCM Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2007 63:47


Hello, Friends The most ancient prayer in Judaism is at its heart an affirmation of the One true God and His rule on the earth. Today, ignorance towards Second Temple Judaism has robbed the Christian world of the rich spiritual heritage that Jesus and all of the Apostles shared in. This message combines teachings on the Shema, the Nazarite Vow, and Baptism to encourage believers about the Lordship of Jesus, the necessity of supernatural devotion, and the repudiation of the sinful nature. We pray that you are blessed by what you hear message. Shalom, The LCMF Staff

The Bible For Normal People
Episode 143: Martha Himmelfarb - Second Temple Judaism & Apocalyptic Literature

The Bible For Normal People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 1970 47:42


Getting into the Halloween spirit? Don’t miss this spooky episode talking about all things apocalypse in Second Temple Judaism! Our guest Martha Himmelfarb is an expert on the subject and she tells us all about the key features of apocalyptic literature, some theories on its popularity, and shares about some apocalyptic literature that didn’t make it into the Bible. Show Notes → ( https://peteenns.com/interview-with-martha-himmelfarb-second-temple-judaism-apocalyptic-literature/ ) Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-bible-for-normal-people/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands