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Teaching Online for the First Time (or the Hundredth Time)? Try These Enhanced Digital Textbooks
When you’re used to teaching in-person classes, it’s not like you can just flip a switch to teach online. It’s a completely different format. And while you can record or livestream...Read Post
Hermeneutics in Action: Interpreting John's Gospel, by N. T. Wright and Michael F. Bird
“The task of hermeneutics is to clarify this miracle of understanding, which is not a mysterious communion of souls, but sharing in a comm...Read More
Michael Bird on The New Testament in Its World, working with N. T. Wright, and the keys to fruitful New Testament study.
Michael Bird has been busy. Among other projects, this prolific scholar was the impetus for the idea of The New Testament in Its World, the...Read More
N. T. Wright on The New Testament in Its World, vocation, and how Jesus still challenges our worldviews today.
In this interview, N. T. Wright discusses: what the New Testament summons us to dohow Jesus challenged first-century (and twenty-first-c...Read More
Coffee Reception at AAR/SBL with N. T. Wright and Michael F. Bird (2019)
N. T. Wright and Michael Bird will be speaking at a special coffee reception at the AAR/SBL Annual Meeting (2019) on what we must change in ...Read More
What Are the Gospels, and Why Are There Four of Them?
When people talk about “the gospel,” there’s only one thing they mean: the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John ...Read More
Who Wrote the Gospels, and How Do We Know for Sure?
The Bible gives us four accounts of Christ’s life. Each records a unique perspective of the most significant event in history—the crucifixio...Read More
Bible Contradictions Explained: 4 Reasons the Gospels “Disagree”
The story of Jesus stands or falls on the trustworthiness of the Gospels. That’s why skeptics pay so much attention to the Gospels’ apparent...Read More