Andreas Köstenberger speaks with Mike Neglia on a broad range of topics related to personal formation and Bible study and proclamation. You will hear about: The formative role that both the joy of family and marriage have played as well as the pain of betrayal have formed him as a Bible teacher. The value of… Read More
The Gospel of John reveals a savior who confirmed His identity through signs, but what does it say about mankind that so many refused to accept the Lord Jesus Christ? Dr. Andreas Kostenberger joins Janet Mefferd to discuss it and his book, “Signs of the Messiah: An Introduction to John’s Gospel.”
The Practice of Theology is hosted by Tyler Kirkpatrick and exists to help the local church engage theology on a deeper level and learn how it applies to daily life. In this episode, he discusses with Dr. Köstenberger a biblical theology of family. You can listen here.
The Guilt, Grace, Gratitude Podcast is hosted by Nuck Fullwiler and Peter Bell on conversations about Christian doctrine from the historic Reformed tradition. In this episode, they sit down with Dr. Köstenberger to discuss the second edition of his book, Invitation to Biblical Interpretation. You can listen here.
While Jesus’ prayer in John 17 has traditionally been dubbed His High Priestly Prayer, others have called it “the Lord’s Prayer,” because Jesus here engages in one of the longest recorded prayers in the Gospels. This is noteworthy also, since John’s gospel does not include the “Lord’s Prayer”—perhaps better named “the disciples’ prayer”—which Jesus taught His disciples… Read More