Bart Ehrman’s Best Lectures from BAS’s Biblical and Archaeology Fest
Bart Ehrman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
New Testament scholar and religious studies professor Bart Ehrman’s best-selling books have introduced the general public to some of the most challenging and controversial ideas of modern Biblical scholarship.
Here, from our annual Bible and Archaeology Fests, we offer four exclusive full-length lectures by Ehrman on topics ranging from forgeries and counter-forgeries in the New Testament to how and when Jesus became divine.
Start uncovering the hidden world and occult mysteries of early Christianity today!
- Jesus and the Other Divine Men (44 min.)
- Who Killed Jesus? Pontius Pilate and “The Jews” (55 min.)
- Pseudepigraphy or Forgery? Was It Acceptable to Write in Someone Else’s Name in Antiquity? (55 min.)
- Early Christian Counter-Forgeries (58 min.)
Run time: Approx. 3 hours