Open Culture Talk

Over the past six months, Stanford has released several podcasts of full-fledged courses on iTunes. This past week, the university released yet another -- The Geography of World Cultures. You can now download five courses in total, all for free.Below, you'll find links to each course, plus descriptions of what ground each course covers. Please note that some of these courses can be downloaded in full right now, while others are being released in weekly installments. If you subscribe, you'll receive all new installments when they come out.

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  • Who was the historical Jesus of Nazareth? What did he actually say and do, as contrasted with what early Christians (e.g., Paul and the Gospel writers) believed that he said and did? What did the man Jesus actually think of himself and of his mission, as contrasted 
  • Who was the historical Jesus of Nazareth? What did he actually say and do, as contrasted with what early Christians (e.g., Paul and the Gospel writers) believed that he said and did? What did the man Jesus actually think of himself and of his mission, as contrasted 
  • Who was the historical Jesus of Nazareth? What did he actually say and do, as contrasted with what early Christians (e.g., Paul and the Gospel writers) believed that he said and did? What did the man Jesus actually think of himself and of his mission, as contrasted 







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