Monday, March 19, 2012

Scholar Interview: David Instone-Brewer

Today's interview is with David Instone-Brewer, Senior Research Fellow in Rabbinics and the New Testament at Tyndale House, Cambridge. He talks about the goal and content within The Jesus Scandals, the criteria of embarrassment, the punishment of crucifixion and the shame of the cross, the uniqueness of the resurrection, the betrayal by Judas, Jesus' "scandalous" teachings, the teaching about hell, the virgin birth, the cumulative power of the Gospel accounts, advice for apologists, and more. Pick up David's book The Jesus Scandals here. Book website and excerpts here at

Full interview MP3 Audio here. (30 min)

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Russell said...

I always enjoy hearing David on the Unbelievable show. I'm looking forward to this interview. I have to admit, sadly, that it wasn't until a few months ago that I thought he was from a place called Stonebrewer, and I couldn't figure out why Justin kept clarifying that he lived in "stonebrewer".

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