A good place to start is by downloading free MP3s and listening to Jason DeRouchie survey the Old Testament.
One of my greatest joys is serving alongside my colleague Jason DeRouchie (pronounced deh-ROW-shee) at Bethlehem College & Seminary. My respect and gratefulness for him grows as I get to know him better. I love carpooling with him about three hours each week during the school year (and I missed him while he was out of state on sabbatical this last semester!).
I especially love co-teaching a fourth-year graduate course with him on biblical theology. He is both an Old Testament scholar and a biblical theologian.
I already recommended his book in which he surveys Jesus’s Bible. Now you can download free audio files in which he surveys the Old Testament. [Read more…] about Free MP3s: OT Survey by Jason DeRouchie
Last week my BCS colleague Jason DeRouchie and I gave “small talks” at Desiring God’s Conference for Pastors. Our assignments were to present the Old Testament and New Testament in 10 minutes:
I can’t think of another OT seminary professor I’d rather team up with than Jason DeRouchie (pronounced deh-ROW-shee). He embodies Ezra 7:10. We spend about three hours together each week while commuting, and the better I get to know him the more I thank God for him.
Jason has been working on a 500-page book for about seven years, and it releases today:
Jason S. DeRouchie, ed. What the Old Testament Authors Really Cared About: A Survey of Jesus’ Bible. Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2013. 496 pp.
I love the subtitle.
My endorsement: [Read more…] about Jason DeRouchie’s Survey of Jesus’ Bible