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Shock and Awe: The Reformers and the Joy of the Gospel

Dean Timothy George talks to Gwenfair Walters Adams about the plenary address she gave at the 2017 annual meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society in Providence, Rhode Island, called, Shock and Awe: The Reformers and the Stunning Joy of Romans 1-8. 
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Looking back: Three graduates reflect on their time at Beeson Divinity School

Dean Timothy George talks to three Beeson graduates, Todd Bates, Jeff Mooney, and Anthony Chute, about their experience at Beeson Divinity School and how their experience has impacted their scholarship and work at California Baptist University. 
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A Good Snake Gone Bad

Dean Timothy George and Dr. Robert Smith Jr. introduce a sermon the late Haddon Robinson gave at Beeson Divinity School in 1998 called, A Good Snake Gone Bad. 
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Bach Among the Theologians

Dean Timothy George talks to Dr. Jason Duesing about the theology of Johann Sebastian Bach's music on this episode of the Beeson podcast.  
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Context, Contours, Content: Towards a Description of the Classical Calvinist Reformed Worship

Dean Timothy George introduces a lecture Dr. Elsie McKee gave at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1995 called, Context, Contours, Content: Towards a Description of the Classical Calvinist Reformed Worship.