Here is Dr. Saleska on Joshua 13-14, with a few concluding remarks on what is to come in Joshua 15.
Click here to listen to Dr. German discuss Psalm 8, a psalm that’s quoted several times in the New Testament.
Click here to listen to Dr. German’s discussion of Psalm 6, the first of seven “penitential psalms” in the Psalter.
Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska’s Christ-centered reflections on Joshua 11-12.
Here is Dr. German’s discussion of Psalm 5.
We continue our podcasts on the psalms with Dr. German’s reflections on Psalm 4!
After a brief discussion of psalm titles, Dr. German walks us through Psalm 3 in light of the death and resurrection of Jesus.
In this episode Dr. Saleska talks about the mighty hailstorm and sun standing still in Joshua 10!
Click here to listen to Dr. German discuss Psalm 2, especially in light of the history of its interpretation.
Dr. Saleska talks about the fall of Ai, the renewal of the covenant, and the Gibeonite deception (Joshua 8-9).
Dr. German introduces the Psalter (The Book of Psalms) and talks about the Psalter’s own introduction: Psalm 1. Enjoy!
After reviewing the fall of Jericho (Joshua 6), Dr. John Saleska speaks with Dr. Brian German about the sin of Achan in Joshua 7. This chapter is one of Dr. Saleska’s favorites!
In this episode Dr. Oberdeck introduces Dr. Brian German, new director for the Concordia Bible Institute. Together they discuss Dr. John Saleska’s series as it continues through the Book of Joshua, the new podcast series to begin by Dr. German, and upcoming events and new opportunities offered by the institute.
What are the details of Jericho’s destruction? What does it mean to be “devoted to the Lord” when the Children of Israel enter the Promised Land? Join Dr. John Saleska as he guides you through Joshua 5 & 6.
Dr. Saleska describes the preparations necessary before, during and after crossing the Jordan into the promised land. The exodus from Egypt included a dry-land crossing of the Red Sea. Likewise the entrance into Canaan involves a dry-land crossing of the River Jordan.