This was a talk I gave at Penn State Abington on this past Thursday, October 22, 2009. I had embedded the slides into the podcast, but for some reason they are not showing up. I don’t think they are vital to the talk so you are not missing much. If I can get GarageBand to export it properly I will post an updated file. ((And feel free to contact me if you have advice on creating an enhanced podcast. I have done it before so I am not sure what the problem is now. Perhaps a new but in the latest versions?))
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4 thoughts on “Podcast: Jewishness of Jesus or Why most Jews didn’t accept Jesus as the Messiah”
Hi, I’ll look forward to listening when I have a free moment. Is your itinerary posted anywhere? I am not far from Abington and would have liked to have heard you if it was open to the public.
Thank you for reading and listening Josh. Unfortunately I do not often speak on topics in my field outside of conferences. A mild negative of being an administrator. That being said, I usually try and post here, or more often, on twitter (“targuman“) when I am going to be speaking.
This Lent we will be having a Jesus film festival here in State College, called “Reel Jesus.” Clever, hunh? I am thinking that I will do a series of lectures to go along with that. Not close to you, but if I do the lectures then I will record them as well. I will post more on this shortly.
Do you have a transcript (or script)?
Nothing other than the slides that are in another post. I hope those along with the audio will do for now.