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“Is the Old Testament for us today? Is everything in it for Christians living in the 21st Century? If we fail to study the Old Testament, what might we be missing? What might we be getting wrong? Calvary’s Dr. Mike Dodds invited Joel Williamson, professor of Hebrew and Old Testament studies at Calvary University, for a conversation about the importance of studying the Old Testament today. Visit the Calvary Conversations page to join the conversation, get on our email list and learn more.Prefer Audio Podcasts? Listen to audio-only on your commute using your favorite podcasting platform: Spotify, Apple, Google, Radio Public, Pocket Casts, and Breaker. Sign up to receive a weekly email notice for the latest episode of Calvary ConversationsOr...join our Facebook Group
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Dr. Mike Dodds
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