John J. Collins Lectures

Thank you to Nijay Gupta for drawing attention to these two videos of lectures by John J. Collins. The topics of the lectures are “Torah and Jewish Identity in Second Temple Judaism” and “Non-Mosaic Forms of Judaism in Second Temple Judaism.” [Read more...]

Historical Jesus Lectures

I previously shared a selection of YouTube videos of lectures about the historical figure of Jesus, but one of them has since disappeared, and several more have come to my attention. And since a friend asked about videos and podcasts, I thought I would share a collection of some more such useful videos. Click on [Read More...]

Historical Jesus Lectures on YouTube

I remember just a few years ago when the number of scholarly materials on YouTube was minimal. My how that’s changed! Johnny Walker mentioned this lecture by Dale Allison on his blog today: That lecture relates to his book The Historical Christ and the Theological Jesus. Below is another lecture, by John P. Meier, on [Read More...]

Save the Day for the Day of the Doctor

The BBC has released two short “sting” videos encouraging people to #savetheday for “The Day of the Doctor,” the 50th anniversary Doctor Who special which will air on November 23rd. Do you think they give too much away? HT Doctor Who TV. I think that the official Doctor Who 50th anniversary trailer I shared previously [Read More...]

New Doctor Who Videos

Here’s the new Doctor Who Children In Need video: And here’s the trailer for the Christmas special: [Read more...]

Learning to Speak Hoosier

These would have been more useful to me a few years ago, but I can enjoy them now. HT to Jen McCreight for pointing them out. The second one becomes particularly funny when you realize that the speaker describing his travels hasn’t left Indiana. [Read more...]

Evolutionary Videos around the Blogosphere

First, one Barton shared a video of another Barton saying something utterly ridiculous: Arni Zachariassen shares a link to a video of Michael Nowak speaking about evolution and Christianity. And Mason shares how his view on evolution has changed over a decade. [Read more...]


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