Category: Podcasts

  • Why is Paul so Hard to Understand?

    Dr. Anne Davis gives some examples of Paul’s letters that many theologians have taken literally, causing a devastating effect through history as his words have been assumed as anti-Semitic. Dr. Davis offers significant evidence that Paul uses linguistic devices to provoke a much deeper concept in his writings. 00:23:48

  • Wisdom Literature

    Wisdom literature is a distinct genre, or literary form, that that is prevalent in the Hebrew Scriptures. This session gives examples of wisdom literature in Job and the first chapter of the Book of John. 00:24:59

  • Witness the Resurrection

    What is the relationship between believing in Yeshua, the son of God, and also believing in the resurrection? The answer is largely in the New Testament, but a connection to the Hebrew Scriptures is also significant. 00:25:01

  • The 4 Interpretations of Paul’s Letter to the Galatians

    There are four traditional interpretations of Paul’s work in Galatians. Paul is trying to tell us something about the law and the works of the law and that has generated significant confusion despite four common interpretive positions. Which one do you agree with? Which interpretation is the right one? 00:21:43

  • Troubling Passage in Matthew

    “Do not think I came to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace but a sword” (Mat 10:34). But this contradicts the nature of God, who is peace or shalom. Yeshua then cites from Micah. This session explains how to connect the two testaments. 00:25:03

  • The Artistry of the Hebrew Language

    Paul commonly used the artistic patterns of the Hebrew language that can help us find deeper meaning in his letters. Dr. Davis introduces the 4 steps to decode the patterns used by the apostle Paul whenever he says something puzzling. 00:11:54

  • Uncover Deeper Meaning in Isaiah 3

    Interpreting the Bible literally began with Martin Luther 500 years ago, which effectively robbed us of an ability to uncover depth of meaning. Dr. Davis turns to Isaiah 3 to demonstrate the artistic nature of the biblical text. 00:25:02

  • The Fig Tree Part 1

    Rashi suggests the Fig Tree is the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil and declares the “very thing by which they were disgraced (Adam and Eve) were they restored”. 00:34:56

  • We Have Everything Now in Part

    The gift of the Holy Spirit and the new covenant, both of which were made possible by the Messiah, allows us to walk in ways today that are a partial fulfillment of the way we will be able to walk in the future. However, it is possible to bring the future into our lives today. […]

  • The Fig Tree Part 2

    Many of the physical traits of the Fig Tree can be compared to the character qualities of the believer. 00:25:00

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