Outside the entrance to the OI at the University of Chicago. Pictured from left to right: Dr. John Strong, Dr. Jerome Creach, and Dr. Stephen Cook, three Hebrew Bible Scholars.
Having a little fun assuming the postures of Sargon II's ministers at the Oriental Institute. Let to right: Dr. Jerome Creach, Dr. John Strong, and Dr. Stephen Cook.
The Session explores the intersections between History, Archaeology, and the Judeo-Christian Bible and related texts.
From left to right, Robert C. Kashow, Stephen L. Cook, Emily Pothast, Ana Valdez, and Emanuela Valeriani.
As far as those present could remember, this was the first SBL session devoted to the apocalyptic figure of the Anti-Messiah.
Four Hebrew Bible scholars enjoy Texas-Mexican drinks and dinner on the celebrated San Antonio River Walk. From left to right are Robert Miller II, Stephen Cook, John Strong, and Jerome Creach.
The Virginia Seminary Magazine for FALL 2021 features an article I have written called "Enhanced Biblical Studies at VTS in the 2020s." It includes video supplements that are easy to access. I hope you enjoy it! Click immediately below to take a look:
with Dr. Stephen L. Cook (St. John's, Lafayette Square, Holy Habits Podcast, March 20, 2021)
The Young Man at Dothan: Prof. Cook Visits ancient Dothan to Explore 2 Kings 6:8-23, the opening of the young man's eyes, and the appearance of the Chariots of Fire. Enjoy!
Sermon on Amos 2:6-16 preached at the Virginia Theological Seminary Chapel on November 29, 2021. About 13 minutes in length.