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In today's episode, Andrea highlights the episode content that she is working on for 2022.
The nativity scene is perhaps the best known visual depiction of the birth of Jesus. It is the emblem of the Christmas season. But it is not in the seeing of this scene that we understand its meaning, but rather, in the hearing of the biblical story.
In traditional religious practice, the person who leads the community is addressed by a title. Why?
When we are in church, we hear selections from the Bible read to us. In today’s episode, Andrea explains the purpose of these readings.
In celebration of Thanksgiving, Andrea tells the story of the perilous beginnings of Plymouth Plantation from the diary of its 2nd governor William Bradford.
Today's episode is a rebroadcast of episode 3, “the 10 Points” prepared for the 2021 OCABS Symposium.
In today’s episode, Andrea addresses the question: "How do I read the Bible?" In this part two of a two-episode discussion, Andrea offers a list of suggestions for how to read the Bible.
In today’s episode, Andrea addresses the question: "How do I read the Bible?" In this part one of a two-episode discussion, Andrea offers a list of suggestions for how NOT to read the Bible.
Andrea interviews Bethany Saros about her new book, “A Light in the Darkness: Bible Study for Children and Teens.”
In today's episode, Andrea argues that the Hebrew toast "L'Chaim" is sourced from the Bible. It is a short but powerful expression of Biblical wisdom.
In today’s episode, Andrea reads and discusses Paul's first letter to the Corinthians chapter 11, verses 20-26.
Andrea explains that in Bible, there is a difference between the senior and the junior.
In today's episode, Andrea tells the story of the discovery of the Codex Sinaiticus & highlights features of the manuscript.
In today’s episode, Andrea reviews the history of the ancient scroll - its origins & evolution - culminating in the ancestor of our book: the codex.
In today’s episode, Andrea discusses the earliest form of the Bible: the scroll.
In today’s episode, Andrea explains the distinction between eisegesis and exegesis.
On the Ephesus School Network, when we use the term "the Bible as Literature”, what do we mean? In episode 3, Andrea explores this question. Follow along as she presents 10 points – assumptions – that form the foundation for this approach.
Who is St. John Chrysostom? In episode 2, Andrea speaks about St. John Chrysostom & his Paschal homily. She explains what he is trying to say in the homily & how we are meant to hear it.