- I am finally getting caught up with episodes of the New Testament Review, enjoying episode 23 on Richard Bauckham’s work on the hypothesis of Gospel communities and episode 24 on Judith Perkins’ The Suffering Self: Pain and Narrative Representation in the Early Christian Era. This is great work by the intrepid team of Laura Robinson, Ian Mills, and Ben Sheppard.
- Speaking of podcasts, Travis R. of A Measure of Faith has a roundup of podcasts that he has been enjoying as of late and Amateur Exegesis made the list! He also includes New Testament Review, Mark Goodacre’s podcast, James McGrath’s program, one wherein Bart Ehrman’s blog posts are read aloud, and more.
- Josh Bowen of the Digital Hamurrabi duo has started a series of videos on the dating of the book of Daniel, beginning with a linguistic analysis of the Aramaic portions. It surely won’t convince the most ardent biblicist but those appreciative of the scholarly arguments will benefit from it.
- Seth Price celebrates the 100th episode of Can I Say This at Church? with a Q&A. Price has interviewed an impressive lineup of people including NT Wright, John Walton, and, most recently, Robert Alter. Congrats, Seth! Keep up the good work!
- Claude Mariottini has been doing a brief series introducing the Hebrew Bible. It’s very basic and therefore perfect for anyone whose knowledge of what the Hebrew Bible is and how came to be is lacking. Everyone has to start somewhere and Mariottini’s work is a great place to begin!