April 13, 2022
Render Unto Caesar with Dominic Crossan
Dominic Crossan reviews the background materials and details behind his publication, Render Unto Caesar (HarperOne, 2022).
A one-hour PowerPoint presentation with 30 minutes of Q and A.
#MeToo in the Bible: A Tale of Two Tamars with Dr. Marti Steussy
In Genesis, Tamar is the daughter-in-law of Judah (twice), and intriguingly, also the mother of two of his children, the twins Perez and Zerah. In the biblical genealogies, Perez is listed as an ancestor of King David and of Jesus.
In Second Samuel 13, another Tamar is the beautiful princess from the tribe of Judah. She grew up in the palace of her father, King David. She was raped by her brother Amnon, David’s first born and heir to the throne.
Ninety minutes with Q and A
The Six Biggest Breakthroughs
A review of breakthroughs in After Jesus before Christianity.
Erin Vearncombe, Hal Taussig, and Brandon Scott
Three Themes for Theology with Music
Relation, transience, and injustice with focus on Beethoven’s Fifth.
Dirk von der Horst
A Night with Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche’s life and philosophy.
Matthew in Dialogue
Jewish and Christian voices in the Gospel of Matthew.
Infinite Canaan: Religion, Science, and the new Space Race
New language about space imitates biblical language about Canaan.
Intersex Jesus and Gay Marriage
Surprising depictions of an intersexed Jesus and gay marriage in early Christianity.
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