Saturday, April 05, 2008

Theology and NT lectures on iTunes

Inspired by Nijay Gupta's post here, I thought I'd search through iTunes to see what academic lectures I could find. Here are my results.

Here are the Carmichael-Walling Lectures in NT and Early Christianity, with audios from Wayne Meeks, Margaret Mitchell and Abraham Malherbe.

Here is a bunch of albums from the American Public Media. You'll find lectures by John Polkinghorne, one on Quarks and creation, here

From Duke Divinity school you have lectures by Gary Habermas and Joel Marcus on the resurrection, Richard Hays and Bart Ehrman on the Da Vinci nonsense. Dale Allison speaks about the historical Jesus and the theological Jesus in the Kenneth Clark lectures here.

From Fuller Theological Seminary you have lectures from Marianne Meye Thompson, Robert Morgan here, here and here.

Seattle Pacific University has lectures by NT Wright, Moltmann, Polkinghorne, Witherington, Richard Hays and many more (search for Seattle Pacific University in the iTunes search)

Yale has a lecture by Gustavo Gutiérrez, here.

If you know of any others, do let me know in the comments.

UPDATE:

Check out the comments for more great links.

6 Comments:

At 4/05/2008 5:17 PM, Anonymous Tommy Wasserman said...

Dear Chris,

An initial lecture in a series on early Christian devotion to Jesus by Larry Hurtado can be heard here:

http://www.wesleyministrynetwork.com/

 
At 4/05/2008 7:59 PM, Anonymous Phil Sumpter said...

Thanks for these Chris. I reviewed an intro to the OT at Yale here: http://narrativeandontology.blogspot.com/2008/02/excellent-online-audio-introduction-to.html. If you type Reformed Theological Seminary into iTunes you get a bunch of stuff.

 
At 4/05/2008 8:39 PM, Anonymous Will said...

This isn't iTunes: St. Peter's Anglican Church (Tallahassee, FL) has a sermon and lecture by Duke Divinity's J. Warren Smith, Geoffrey Wainwright, and Richard B. Hays. There are other scholars, but I admit I didn't know who they are.

http://www.saint-peters.net/scholars

 
At 4/06/2008 6:06 PM, Anonymous Nick Meyer said...

Chris,

Do a search on "Schiffman" and you will get a series of lectures on the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Thanks for the list!

Nick

 
At 4/06/2008 10:23 PM, Anonymous Chris Tilling said...

Brilliant, thanks for these links, chaps.

 
At 4/06/2008 11:06 PM, Anonymous dougfloyd said...

Thanks! I just did a Seattle Pacific University search and yielded lectures from Dallas Willard, Kallistos Ware, Jurgen Moltmann and more.

 

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