Guest writing duo Hugh Henry (physicist) and Daniel Dyke (theologian) have been penning articles for RTB for a while now, but earlier this year they spent time at RTB headquarters as part of our Visiting Scholar Program. During that time, they not only worked hard on future TNRTBs, they also lent their expertise to RTB’s ever-growing video library. Click on the links below to see how Hugh and Dan spent their time as visiting scholars.
- “Radiation with Dr. Hugh Henry, Part 1” – Hugh, along with Jeff Zweerink, dispels the myth that all levels of radiation are harmful.
- “Radiation with Dr. Hugh Henry, Part 2” – Hugh and Jeff talk about how the fear of radiation may have negatively impacted recovery efforts after the 2011 tsunami in Japan.
- “Radiation with Dr. Hugh Henry, Part 3” – Despite its bad reputation, radiation offers important benefits to humanity. Hugh and Jeff discuss several of these advantages.
- “On Campus with Daniel Dyke: Genealogy vs. Relationship” – Jeff asks Dan to explain how the English interpretation of Scripture can cause misunderstanding about the genealogies in Genesis.
- “On Campus with Daniel Dyke: What Is Good?” – Does God’s pronouncement that creation was “very good” (Genesis 1:31) mean that the pre-fall world was perfectly idyllic? Dan and Jeff discuss arguments against this view of creation.
- “On Campus with Daniel Dyke: Biblical Genealogies” – Dan explains the functions of the biblical genealogies for the ancient Hebrews, including how they demonstrate God’s knowledge of and concern for people’s lives.
- “On Campus with Daniel Dyke: Yalad” – Dan and Jeff discuss more nuances of the Genesis genealogies.
- “On Campus with Daniel Dyke: Cultural Mindset” – Dan explains how the cultural mindset of ancient Israel shaped their genealogical records in a way that differs from the Western view.
Dr. Hugh Henry, PhD
Dr. Hugh Henry received his PhD in Physics from the University of Virginia in 1971, retired after 26 years at Varian Medical Systems, and currently serves as Lecturer in physics at Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, KY.
Daniel J. Dyke, MDiv, MTh
Mr. Daniel J. Dyke received his Master of Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary 1981 and currently serves as professor of Old Testament at Cincinnati Christian University in Cincinnati, OH.