#1575

2017-06-13

The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Bible (rebroadcast)

With Peter Flint

From our archives we present an interview from 20 years ago, when the half-century anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls was being observed. Peter Flint, a South African scholar who was a world leader in Dead Sea Scrolls scholarship, directed the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University in British Columbia. We were sorry to hear that he passed away last November. He was 65 years old. This is the second part of the interview, where he talks about publishing the Dead Sea Scrolls Bible.

tags: Dead Sea Scrolls Qumran Essenes Bible Psalms

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#1574

2017-06-06

The Dead Sea Scrolls at 50 (rebroadcast)

With Peter Flint

From our archives we present an interview from 20 years ago, when the half-century anniversary of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls was being observed. Peter Flint, a South African scholar who was a world leader in Dead Sea Scrolls scholarship, directed the Dead Sea Scrolls Institute at Trinity Western University in British Columbia. We were sorry to hear that he passed away last November. He was 65 years old. Peter Flint was a gracious and informative guest and we were very pleased that we got to have him on TB&TS twice.

tags: Dead Sea Scrolls Qumran Peter Flint

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#1298

2011-10-05

The African Memory of Mark, part 3

With Prof. Thomas Oden

Focusing on the early church in Alexandria, and the evidence for Mark's role in its beginning.

tags: Libya Cyrene Mark Africa Alexandria

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#1297

2011-09-27

The African Memory of Mark, part 2

With Prof. Thomas Oden

More on the additional information available on the apostle Mark via African traditions.

tags: Libya Cyrene Mark Africa Alexandria

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#1296

2011-09-20

The African Memory of Mark

With Prof. Thomas Oden

The apostle Mark is mentioned by most of the NT writers, but not a lot is known otherwise. However, prof. Oden has found North African sources have a lot of information on Mark that has gone largely ignored or discounted. (part one)

tags: Libya Cyrene Mark Africa Alexandria

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