The Bible Sojourner is a podcast that discusses specific biblical passages, theological topics, and the intersection between the Bible and contemporary culture. The goal of the podcast is to equip the listener to better understand the Bible, theology, and culture, all in an effort to live a life that is pleasing to the Lord.
The host, Peter Goeman, has a PhD from The Master’s Seminary, and is currently the Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Languages at Shepherd’s Theological Seminary in Cary, NC. He is interested in Old Testament, Greek and Hebrew, and cultural issues, including LGBT, social justice, and race.
The Gibeonite Deception
In this episode we examine Joshua 9-10 and the Gibeonite deception. How does knowing the geography play in to understanding the passage?
The King James Version and Erasmus
In today’s episode we look at why it is inaccurate to say the King James Version is the best translation. We look at the history …
Differences in Translations
Today’s episode covers some thoughts on what makes Bible translations different and some of the complexities that are involved in making translations.
Martin Luther and John Calvin on the Original Languages
In honor of Reformation Day, today’s episode discusses what Luther and Calvin thought of the importance of knowing Greek and Hebrew.
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Genesis 9 and the Sin of Ham
Today’s episode discusses what is going on in Genesis 9:20-27. What did Ham do that merited Canaan being cursed? We talk through the different views …