Lots of good audio and text resources are showing up online these days. Here are a few I’ve recently discovered.
- Three courses by Old Testament scholar John Goldingay (Fuller Seminary) are now available on iTunes. The courses are The Pentateuch, The Prophets, and Biblical Hermeneutics. (HT Nijay Gupta)
- The Genesis volume of the new Zondervan Illustrated Bible Backgrounds Commentary (ZIBBCOT) is available on Scribd for the month of October. According to the Zondervan website “We’ll be posting additional commentaries from ZIBBCOT over the next 5 months.”
- If you enjoy Christian classics or the church fathers, you’ll find numerous free recordings of them here. A few random titles include The Imitation of Christ by Thomas a Kempis, On the Incarnation by St. Athanasius, The Life of Augustine by St. Possidius, and The Everlasting Man by G.K. Chesterton.
- The Online Christian Library of Virtual Theological Resources offers a plethora of ebooks, articles, reference works, and links to other helpful resources. The ebook collection, available as PDF documents, is impressive.