Professor McConville, who part of the Theology & Religious Studies staff here at Gloucestershire, and Professor of Old Testament Theology, talks about why the Old Testament deserves our attention – and explores the notion of human flourishing:
In the course of the conversation we touch on ethics, theology, spirituality, aesthetics, and going to the pub…
See more about Theology & Religious Studies at Gloucestershire HERE.
RPE graduate, and teacher, Kayleigh Davies, asks Dr David Webster about the relationship between the Bible, evidence and belief:
See our RPE Course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/
I ask Dr Adrian Long, here at the University of Gloucestershire: Do you get into Heaven via Faith or Good Deeds?
Professor Lincoln argues for ways in which John can and cannot be described as the ‘spiritual gospel’
Professor Andrew Lincoln is part of the TRS team at the University of Gloucestershire
Professor McConville on the age old question concerning the apparent different portrayals of God In the OT and NT
Professor Gordon McConville is part of the TRS team at the University of Gloucestershire.
Professor McConville on whether scientific discoveries about the origins of the universe make the Bible’s teachings on creation obsolete.
Professor Gordon McConville is part of the TRS team at the University of Gloucestershire
Professor McConville takes a look at the book of Job – and its engagement with evil..
Professor Andrew Lincoln, from the University of Gloucestershire, on the purpose of John’s Gospel
Professor Andrew Lincoln, from the University of Gloucestershire, on the water into wine miracle .