On this program Shane Rosenthal talks with writer and director Brandon Kimber about his American Gospel documentary series. His first film, American Gospel: Christ Alone, explored the problem of moralistic preaching and issues related to the prosperity gospel. His new documentary, American Gospel: Christ Crucified, focuses on the nature of Christ’s atonement and presents a running dialogue between advocates of progressive forms of Christianity with a variety of more traditional Reformation perspectives.
Radio Shows in April
Exodus: Myth or History?
Many archaeologists today claim that the ancient Israelites were never actually in Egypt, and that the entire story of the Exodus is just an old legend. But is this really the case? What can we learn about the Exodus from history and archaeology? Have there been any discoveries that corroborate the Bible’s account of this monumentally significant event? On this program Shane Rosenthal discusses these questions with Egyptologist David Rohl, author of Exodus: Myth or History. Even though he’s an agnostic, after years of research he has concluded that the biblical account of the Exodus was based on real historical personalities and events.
Host: Shane Rosenthal & David Rohl
How to Study the Bible
When it comes to reading and studying the Bible, how are we to properly interpret a given passage, particularly in light of the fact that there are so many interpretations to choose from? On this program Shane Rosenthal and Mike Brown, co-author of Sacred Bond, Covenant Theology Explored, discuss a number of approaches to avoid when reading and applying Scripture, and also recommend a variety of helpful tools and concepts that will make your Bible study much more effective.
Host: Shane Rosenthal & Mike Brown
What Is Biblical Theology?
Though Bible readers may be familiar with all the individual stories recorded throughout Scripture, it seems that few are taught how all those stories fit together. What is the grand unifying theme of the Bible, and how do all the individual chapters and episodes point to a single coherent storyline that culminates in the person and work of Jesus Christ? On this program Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez discuss these issues with Nancy Guthrie, author of Even Better Than Eden: Nine Ways the Bible's Story Changes Everything About Your Story.