Have you ever asked God for a sign? Throughout Scripture, God gave signs to his people, whether mighty acts during the exodus or miracles through Elijah and Elisha. Jesus was also asked for a sign. Yet despite giving seven remarkable signs, his people refused to believe him. In Signs of the Messiah, Andreas J. Köstenberger–veteran New… Read More
This exploration of the mission motif in the Pastoral Epistles (here called “Letters to Timothy and Titus” [LTT]) fills an often-neglected gap in scholarship on these letters. In addition, the investigation of the mission motif in the LTT serves as a case study in reexamining the plausibility of Pauline authorship. While conventional avenues of investigation—such… Read More
Current Topics in New Testament Studies Good afternoon! Thank you very much for joining me today for this version of the SEBTS Ph.D. colloquium. The purpose of this colloquium is to introduce Ph.D. students and faculty to current issues in NT studies. At the program director’s request, and in consultation with him, I’ve identified… Read More
About the Course How can I trust my Bible? How do I know the right books made it into the canon of Scripture? How do I know my English Bible accurately reflects the words in the original manuscripts? Maybe you have asked yourself questions like this before. The good news is there are answers. The… Read More
About the Course Welcome to Holy Week. In this course, each day will include a video, Scripture reading, and reflection leading up to Easter Sunday. A concluding section will recap the week and give the learner time to consider other applications of Christ’s death and resurrection.