In this brief conversation, Coleman Ford and Shawn Wilhite sit down with Dr. Megan DeVore (CACS Fellow) of Colorado Christian University. We were able to hear of her interest in Tea, collegiate teaching, and her research in early Christianity.
Dr. Pardee is administrator for the University of Chicago Center for Jewish Studies and served as Adjunct lecturer at schools in the Chicago area—Both at the University of Chicago and Saint Xavier University.
Dr. Pardee’s academic writing interests center around the study of the Didache. She has a published article in The Didache in Context: Essays on Its Text, History, and Transmission published by Brill (1995). She has other articles on the Didache in the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, a forthcoming SBL Volume, and a few other articles in OT and NT. She is also the author of The Genre and Development of the Didache published by Mohr Siebeck in 2012. Over the past number of years, she has been involved in SBL and the Chicago Society of Biblical Research.
Jarvis Williams, New Testament Associate Professor at the Southern Baptist Theological seminary presents his paper titled, “The Origin of Bishop Ignatius’s Martyr Complex? The Nachwirgung of Maccabean Martyr Theology on Ignatius’s Martyr Complex”, at the 2015 Center for Ancient Christian Studies Martyrdom in the Early Church conference.
Shawn Wilhite and Trey Moss sit down with Thomas R. Schreiner, James Buchanan Harrison Professor New Testament Interpretation and Professor of Biblical Theology at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary to discuss his new book, Faith Alone — The Doctrine of Justification: What the Reformers Taught and Why it Still Matters, Pauline Theology, and Patristic Soteriology.
Coleman Ford sits down with Stephen Presley, Associate Professor of Church History and Director of the Southwestern Center for the Study of Early Christianity at Southwestern Theological Seminary to discuss his new book, The Intertextual Reception of Genesis 1–3 in Irenaeus of Lyons and his time at the University of St. Andrews for doctoral studies.
- The Intertextual Reception of Genesis 1–3 in Irenaeus of Lyons
- Irenaeus: Life, Scripture, Legacy
- Fides et Humilitas review of Irenaeus: Life, Scripture, Legacy
- Review of Drama of the Divine Economy: Creator and Creation in Early Christian Theology and Piety by Stephen Presley in Fides et Humilitas
- Stephen Presley’s Blog
You can follow him on Twitter: @sopresley
Shawn Wilhite and Coleman Ford sit down with Heath Thomas, Dean, Herschel H. Hobbs College of Theology and Ministry at Oklahoma Baptist University, to discuss Lamentations, Umberto Eco, Theological Interpretation of Scripture (TIS), and upcoming writing projects.
The Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar (the Seminar), formed in 1998, aims to work with like-minded colleagues to renew biblical interpretation so that all the resources of the academic rigor of biblical studies is directed towards hearing God’s address in and through Scripture today. The Seminar is a growing community of biblical and other Christian scholars, pastors and publishers.
- Heath Thomas - Poetry and Theology in the Book of Lamentations: The Aesthetics of an Open Text
- Joel O’Keefe and R.R. Reno - Sanctified Vision: An Introduction to Early Christian Interpretation of the Bible
- Daniel J. Treier - Introducing Theological Interpretation of Scripture: Recovering a Christian Practice
- J. Todd Billings - The Word of God for the People of God: An Entryway to the Theological Interpretation of Scripture
- Joel Green - Practicing Theological Interpretation: Engaging Biblical Texts for Faith and Formation
- R.W.L. Moberly - Old Testament Theology: Reading the Hebrew Bible as Christian Scripture
You can follow him on Twitter: @h_a_thomas
Shawn Wilhite and Trey Moss sit down with Dr. Craig Keener, from Asbury Seminary, to discuss Jewish Backgrounds and the book of Acts.
Dr. Keener’s research interests extend from NT Background, Acts, the Historical Jesus, Miracles, the Gospels, to Ethnic/Racial Reconciliation. He has authored 17 books including his IVP Bible Background Commentary, Miracles: The Credibility of the NT Accounts, and The Historical Jesus of the Gospels. His most recent text is a three-volume commentary on Acts.