Asbury Theological Seminary Lectureships

An e-mail this morning from Digital Commons informed me about audio recordings of guest lectures at Asbury Theological Seminary which have been made available via their digital repository. Not all of them will be of interest to everyone, but some look like they are real gems (I haven’t listened to any yet), such as James D. G. Dunn on “The Excitement of New Testament Studies” or Gordon Wenham on “The Gap Between Law and Ethics in the Old Testament” or “Prophecy in Genesis.”

Thanks to Asbury Theological Seminary for sharing these publicly!

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