How Jesus Interacted - Peter J. Williams (Part 1 of 5)
Video from FOCLOnline
"This is part 1 of a 5-part series on the Genius of Jesus' Teaching. Jesus is admired for many things, but less often for his intellect. In this series, we consider evidence of Jesus’s profound knowledge of the Old Testament as shown in his parables, his use of memory techniques, and his methods of teaching. It is hoped that you will come away both with a sense of wonder at the depth of the stories you already know and inspired by the practical lessons we can learn as we convey God’s truth to others. This first talk focuses on Matthew’s Gospel. We see Jesus’ use of questions to get to the moral heart of an issue, and we begin to consider the place the Scriptures play in Jesus’s teaching. Peter J. Williams is the Principal and CEO of Tyndale House, Cambridge. He was educated at Cambridge University, where he received his MA, MPhil, and PhD in the study of ancient languages related to the Bible. After his PhD, he was on staff in the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University (1997–1998), and thereafter taught Hebrew and Old Testament at Cambridge University. From 2003 to 2007 he was on the faculty of the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. Since 2007 he has been leading Tyndale House, and he is also an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. He is a member of the Translation Oversight Committee of the English Standard Version of the Bible. Most recently he has been assisting Dr Dirk Jongkind in Tyndale House’s production of a major edition of the Greek New Testament. See more engaging content like this at https://FOCLonline.org." from video introduction.