Dr Walter C Kaiser Jr

Dr Walter C Kaiser Jr

Walter C. Kaiser (b 1933– ) earned degrees from Wheaton College and Brandeis University. Dr. Kaiser taught Bible and archaeology at Wheaton College and taught at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in several capacities. He currently serves as the Colman M. Mockler Distinguished Professor of Old Testament Ethics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and in 2006 retired as their President.

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Broadcasts

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The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Lives of the Old Testament Believers  
The Land in Biblical Perspective II  
Kaiser Responding to Weber Dispensationalism and The Road to Armageddon  
General Discussion on How Did Dispensationalists Come This Far?  
First Respondent to How Did Dispensationalists Come This Far?  
The "Shepherd" as a Biblical Metaphor: Leadership in Psalm 23  
Greg Trull, Ron Allen, Walt Kaiser - Panel Discussion on Applying Proverbs to Family-Life...  
Walter C. Kaiser Jr. - The Hasel-Kaiser Discussions on the Search for a Center or...  
Walter C. Kaiser, Jr - Building on the Foundations of Evangelical Theology: Presentation...  
Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. Preaching Christ Back into the Old Testament  
Single Meaning Multiple Contexts and Referents / Fuller Meaning Single Goal  
Taxonomical Framework / Single Meaning Unified Referents  
Ownership and Property in the Old Testament Economy  
The Land in Biblical Perspective II  
Kaiser Responding to Weber - Dispensationalism and The Road to Armageddon  
A Comparison of a Paradigm Approach to Biblical law with a Principled Approach