The What If Project

Summary: My name is Glenn Siepert and I’m a writer, thinker, friend, and follower of Jesus and this is my attempt to create a space that I’ve always longed for and I suspect that others have longed for as well. You see, I used to pastor a church, but then left. It’s not that IContinue reading “The What If Project”


Summary: Engaging conversations on Bible and Theology. Your home for world class conversations on scripture and theology, where you get to meet some of the best in the field. Bringing you conversations on current biblical scholarship, and the people behind the books. Visit us at https://onscript.study/. Say hello on Twitter @OnScript.Study and stop by ourContinue reading “OnScript”

Introduction to New Testament History & Literature

Summary: This course provides a historical study of the origins of Christianity by analyzing the literature of the earliest Christian movements in historical context, concentrating on the New Testament. Although theological themes will occupy much of our attention, the course does not attempt a theological appropriation of the New Testament as scripture. Rather, the importanceContinue reading “Introduction to New Testament History & Literature”

From Israelite to Jew

Summary: Professor Michael Satlow, of Brown University, offers a complete set of lectures on early Judaism (recorded 2011), available for free download on iTunes. The course, “From Israelite to Jew” covers the exile, return from exile, Persian, Hellenistic, and Roman periods, including Philo, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the destruction of the Temple. In otherContinue reading “From Israelite to Jew”

You Have Permission

Summary: Like many of you, I’ve been on a complicated faith journey for a number of years now. And while I tend to find myself on the progressive side of Christianity, my goal is not to make liberal converts. You Have Permission is a resource for Christians to my right and to my left, asContinue reading “You Have Permission”


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