In the latest episode of A World of Difference podcast, host Lori Adams-Brown is joined by Dr. Lynn Cohick to discuss her latest book, "Dictionary of Paul and His Letters," which she co-authored with Dr. Scott McKnight and Dr. Nijay Gupta.
Dr. Cohick is a renowned professor of New Testament who has written several books on early Christian women's influence, authority, and legacy. Through her latest project, she aims to shed light on the lesser-known voices and perspectives around Paul and his letters.
During the episode, Dr. Cohick shares her journey as a professor and what she learned while working on this project. She highlights the efforts put into including more diverse and international voices in this second edition of the dictionary.
For those interested in learning more about Paul's letters and the various perspectives surrounding them, this episode is a must-listen. Here are three takeaways:
- The dictionary is a comprehensive field guide for scholars and anyone interested in gaining insights into the world of St. Paul and his letters.
- The inclusion of diverse voices encourages a more nuanced understanding of early Christian thought and the impact of different cultures and traditions on its formation.
- Dr. Cohick's contributions highlight the role of women in the early Christian church and their impact on Paul's teachings.
Don't miss out on this insightful conversation between Lori Adams-Brown and Dr. Lynn Cohick. Tune in to the latest episode of A World of Difference now!
"Our diverse contributors bring their own unique perspectives and experiences, challenging us to think beyond our assumptions and biases." - Dr. Lynn Cohick