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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lynn Cohick. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lynn Cohick, often where they are interviewed.

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12 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lynn Cohick. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lynn Cohick, often where they are interviewed.

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#103 Questions about the New Testament PART 3 - with Dr. Lynn Cohick

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Welcome back to Part 3 of our "Questions about the New Testament" series! This time, Dr. Lynn Cohick, is on the hot seat ready to answer our questions: Did Jesus flew out of planet earth in order to be with the Father? What is the "unforgivable sin". Are we still expected to tithe? Should we take Christians to court? Should women cover their heads when they pray? And so much more! So relax and enjoy our last episode of 2019.

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May 15 2020 · 55mins
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Lynn Cohick | The Book of Philippians

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In today’s episode, we hear from Lynn Cohick, Provost of Denver Seminary in Littleton, Colorado and author of several books including: Philippians in the Story of God Commentary series, Ephesians in the New Covenant Commentary series, and she’s a contributor to The New Testament in Antiquity.

In Cohick’s lecture, she discusses the Book of Philippians and the importance of unity within the church, as stressed by Paul through his letters to the church in Philippi. Paul wrote from prison to the church about Christian maturity and and the need for community to foster this growth, with the ultimate goal of the believer to be transformed by Christ. 

If you like what you hear, visit our website at MasterLectures.ZondervanAcademic.com, where you can watch more of Lynn Cohick’s lectures on the Book of Philippians, along with thousands of other lectures on the Bible and theology.

Oct 01 2019 · 28mins

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2 | Meet the Provost: Dr. Lynn Cohick

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Get to know Dr. Lynn Cohick, our provost/dean and professor of New Testament. Dr. Cohick is an accomplished and widely respected teacher, scholar, and author who brings a wealth of international experience and cultural awareness to her roles at Denver...
Aug 26 2019 · 39mins
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#744 - Challenges of Being a Woman in Male-Dominated American Evangelicalism: A Conversation with Lynn Cohick

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On episode #744 of Theology in the Raw Preston has a conversation with Lynn Cohick. Dr. Cohick is a world renown biblical scholar, a professor of New Testament, and currently serves as the provost and academic dean at Denver Seminary. Before joining the faculty at Denver Seminary, Dr. Cohick taught at Messiah College and Wheaton College. She has a Ph.D. in New Testament and Christian Origins from the University of Pennsylvania and has written several books and dozens of articles.

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Philippians in the Story of God (Conversation with Lynn Cohick) - KR 119

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Paul's letter to the Philippians has a lot to say to the present world where human feelings and emotions get hijacked by so many force. Lynn and Scot unpack how Joy is more than a mood, but a constant experience that comes from receiving one's identity from Christ.

Paul opens his heart up in some profound ways in this letter. The Kingdom takes root and joy overflows when followers of Jesus orient their life around the surpassing greatness of knowing Jesus.

Buy Lynn Cohick's Commentary on Philippians here >>> https://amzn.to/2MJ3Pb1
Jan 31 2019 · 27mins
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Lynn Cohick on Women in Evangelicalism and Tips for Male Colleagues

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This episode is a conversation with Dr. Lynn Cohick of Denver Seminary. We discuss becoming a scholar (5:30), the present and future of the United Methodist Church (9:40), being a female scholar in evangelicalism (14:15), women in the early church (38:30), and more. Buy Lynn's books.
Church Grammar is presented by B&H Academic and the Christian Standard Bible. Intro music: Purple Dinosaur by nobigdyl.
*** This podcast is designed to discuss all sorts of topics from various points of view. Therefore, guests' views do not always reflect the views of the host, his church, or his institution.
Jan 17 2019 · 45mins
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Episode 16: Christian Women in the Patristic World (Interview with Drs. Lynn Cohick and Amy Hughes)

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Tylor Interviews Drs. Lynn Cohick and Amy Brown Hughes on their book 'Christian Women in the Patristic World.'
Nov 05 2018 · 1hr
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#047 Women in the Early Church with Dr. Lynn Cohick

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In this episode, we'll explore the participation of New Testament women in the formation of the early church. Zooming in on specific examples, we will examine writings by and about women in the first century, as well as the impact of these writings on the intellectual and liturgical practices of the church. We will also look at theological issues of gender, and questions of women’s participation in Christian leadership today.
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Jul 27 2018 · 30mins
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Lynn Cohick & Amy Brown Hughes – Christian Women in the Patristic World

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Episode: Gender is a hot-button topic. The validity and limits of “gender roles” still remains a controversial issue in the church. Meanwhile early Christian theology is all about the church Fathers–at least this is the mindset in some circles. While it may be acknowledged that women were vital to the development of early Christianity, for those nurtured in such circles, any notion of women making lasting theological contributions is simply silly or wishful thinking. The period from 100-600 AD is called the Patristic era in common parlance for a reason. However, Lynn Cohick and Amy Brown Hughes bring compelling contrary evidence and a balanced perspective, drawing from their recent book, Christian Women in the Patristic World. Join the discussion as they are welcomed by OnScript co-host Matthew Bates for a conversation about women, gender, and early Christianity.

Guests: Lynn Cohick (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania) is Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College. Prior to coming to Wheaton in 2000, Lynn taught for three years in Nairobi, Kenya. She researches the ways Jews and Christians lived out their faith in the ancient settings of Hellenism and the Roman Empire, and how Jews and Christians today can better appreciate and understand each other. Lynn also explores women’s lives in the ancient world. In addition to the present book, she has published Philippians (Zondervan, 2013); Ephesians (Cascade, 2010); and a book that might particularly interest our listeners, Women in the World of the Earliest Christians (Baker Academic, 2009).

Amy Brown Hughes (Ph.D., Wheaton College) is Assistant Professor of Theology at Gordon College. She has co-authored the book under discussion today, Christian Women in the Patristic World, as well as editing and contributing to various essay volumes. Amy received an M.A. in history of Christianity from Wheaton College and her B.A. in theology and historical studies from Oral Roberts University. She enjoys highlighting the contributions of minority voices to theology, especially those of women.

Book: Lynn H. Cohick and Amy Brown Hughes, Christian Women in the Patristic World: Their Influence, Authority, and Lecacy in the Second through Fifth Centuries (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2017). Publisher’s description: From facing wild beasts in the arena to governing the Roman Empire, Christian women–as preachers and philosophers, martyrs and empresses, virgins and mothers–influenced the shape of the church in its formative centuries. This book provides in a single volume a nearly complete compendium of extant evidence about Christian women in the second through fifth centuries. It highlights the social and theological contributions they made to shaping early Christian beliefs and practices, integrating their influence into the history of the patristic church and showing how their achievements can be edifying for contemporary Christians.

The OnScript Quip (our review): Nothing beautiful is ever a waste. But lovely things can be lost or corroded by time. The delightful story of the theological contribution of women to early Christianity had been tarnished by ugly neglect. Cohick and Hughes are masterful in their restorative craft. They strip way the layers of grime to showcase the story’s original splendor and vivid hues. Scholars and students will be compelled to gaze intently at this work of art. — Matthew W. Bates, Quincy University, OnScript

The post Lynn Cohick & Amy Brown Hughes - Christian Women in the Patristic World first appeared on OnScript.

Jan 23 2018 ·
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An Interview with Dr. Lynn Cohick

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Coleman Ford and Shawn Wilhite sit down with Dr. Lynn Cohick to discuss topics of New Testament and Earliest Christianity. Dr. Cohick is Professor of New Testament at Wheaton College.

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