Scholars in Videos

There are several instances of scholars giving talks that have come to my attention in recent days, and they seemed worthy of a round-up. First, Anthony Le Donne shared a video with a talk by David Brakke about Valentinian cosmology:

Matthew Montonini shared videos of the famous New Testament scholar Raymond Brown. This is just one of them:

Also a video of a scholar, there’s N. T. Wright singing a reworked version of a Beatles song:

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  • Gary

    I like David Brakke’s 50 minute talk. Much better than trying to get through “The Tripartite Tractate”, which was rather hard to follow. I’ll have to see if he’s got some books in the local library. Plus he’s got a good sense of humor.