MORNING SHOW, MARCH 15, 2017: Homes and family secrets in first-century Israel …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, takes a closer look at living conditions and what life was like in the homes of first-century Israel using allusions to some well-known Bible events and parables …

MORNING SHOW, MARCH 1, 2017: Those first-century Hebrew villagers – How did they see Jesus? …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, discusses how the first-century Hebrew villager mentality framed the environment within which Jesus called and developed his disciples …

MORNING SHOW, FEBRUARY 22, 2017: The social and political climate of Jesus’ youth in Galilee? …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, speculates on what life must have been like for first-century villagers in the Galilee region given their late migration from Babylon and their living in a militarily occupied homeland …

MORNING SHOW, FEBRUARY 8, 2017: More on the “context of context” …a little history.

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience elucidates the concept that first-century biblical context has been in limbo for very nearly 2,000 years and is just now …and at last …beginning to make it’s mark on the study of Scripture …

MORNING SHOW, JANUARY 18, 2017: Hitting the road on behalf of biblical context …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, in the Dallas area for a month-long series of contextual seminars, describes the strategic agenda for the new Institute of Biblical Context and the “Jesus in His Context” 3-day seminar slated for Michigan this June …

MORNING SHOW, JANUARY 4, 2017: Where has biblical context been for the last 1900 years?

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, explains how “the context of context” is at last making a quiet comeback and helping to knit together the pieces of the great scriptural puzzle …

MORNING SHOW, DECEMBER 21, 2016: Advent, Part III: That purposeful trip from Nazareth to Bethlehem …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, travels along with Joseph and Mary on that arduous 5-day journey uphill to Bethlehem, most likely in separate caravans …

MORNING SHOW, DECEMBER 7, 2016: Advent, Part II: Zechariah has date with an angel (in the temple) …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times, along with Jim, David and the Morning Show audience, recounts the social “curse” resting on both Elizabeth and Zechariah as, in the fullness of God’s time and after 29 years of painful irrelevance, Zechariah has a date with an angel who reveals the coming of Messiah to this “ordinary priest” […]

MORNING SHOW, NOVEMBER 30, 2016: Advent, Part I: That second baby of the Advent arrived first, you know …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times takes Jim, David and the Morning Show audience back to the real beginning of the Advent story which, not coincidentally, was the beginning of everything …and then details the miraculous saga of that other child of the Advent story who had actually arrived some six months before the Christ child …

MORNING SHOW, NOVEMBER 23, 2016: Context as the key to biblical humor? – the wedding at Cana and the midnight visitor …

Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times shows how a dose of first-century Hebrew villager context helps us to see the depth, breadth, power and even the humor of the Gospels with this look at the Wedding at Cana and the Midnight Visitor …