Podcast: Dru Johnson on Biblical Philosophy

A new book argues that the Hebrew Bible has a distinct and consistent intellectual tradition. The author joins us to explain.

The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1750s, by the Italian artist Andrea del Sarto. Photo by Heritage Arts/Heritage Images via Getty Images.

The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1750s, by the Italian artist Andrea del Sarto. Photo by Heritage Arts/Heritage Images via Getty Images.

Observation
June 24 2021
About the authors

Dru Johnson is an associate professor of biblical and theological studies at The King’s College in New York City, director of the Center for Hebraic Thought, host of The Biblical Mind podcast, and author of the new book Biblical Philosophy: A Hebraic Approach to the Old and New Testaments.  

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