In this second of a two-part podcast, Dr. Bookman seeks to rehabilitate Pontius Pilate’s reputation by sharing evidence that points to his character being more noble than widely accepted. Dr. Bookman also analyzes the conversations between Jesus and Pilate and provides unique insights into the historical context.
In this first of a two-part podcast, Dr. Bookman analyzes archaeological discoveries, ancient writings, and the Biblical text. Relying on these sources, he provides insights into the character of this crucial individual involved in the trials and crucifixion of Jesus.
Professor Oglesby, head of the Bible and Theology Program at Calvary University explains several important parables recorded in Matthew’s Gospel that pertains to the Kingdom of God.
In this second of a two-part podcast series, Dr. Cone, President of Calvary University provides a theology of the Kingdom of God from the Gospel of Matthew.
In this first of a two-part podcast series, Dr. Cone, President of Calvary University provides a theology of the Kingdom of God from the Gospel of Matthew.
Professor Simcox describes the historical events behind the Feast of Purim and explains how Jewish people celebrate this event yet today.
In this episode, General Reno discusses the art of delegation. He explains how important it is, how biblical it is, and how it often helps leaders to flourish and avoid failure.
Retired Lieutenant General Reno joins the Learn the Word Podcast to discuss reasons why leaders often fail, and then provides helpful advice to avoid those mistakes.
In this week’s podcast, we release Dr. Brunson’s message on life transitions preached in chapel at the Word of Life Florida Bible Institute campus.
Pastor Mac Brunson explains the background, purpose, and surveys the book of Job all while applying the book of Job to the life of the modern reader.