Steffen Jenkins

Steffen Jenkins is Lecturer in Greek and Biblical Studies at Union School of Theology. He was previously Tutor in Biblical Languages at Tyndale House, Cambridge, and Associate Minister of Chelmsford Presbyterian Church. Steffen is married to Sally-Ann, and together they have two sons, Ben and Daniel. 
The following recordings were given for the European Leadership Forum on Steffen Jenkins’ new book Imprecations in the Psalms: Love for Enemies in Hard Places.
Jesus really came to give us what Adam did not receive in the garden. Not just “no more death,” but constant fellowship with the source of all life. No unclean place outside the camp, because the whole earth will be the camp of Heaven, where God the giver of life dwells with us. There will not merely be no deaths; the very notion of death will be nonsense. The obituary columns will not be blank; they will be inconceivable.
Steffen Jenkins explains how we see Christ and the gospel in the ceremonial law of the Old Testament. 
Steffen Jenkins explores the Cities of Refuge in Numbers 35 as showcases of the gospel of Jesus. 
Steffen Jenkins considers the nature of conversion from Esther 5. 
Steffen Jenkins explains how we see Christ, the gospel, and world mission in the food laws of the Old Testament. 
Steffen Jenkins explores how Jesus offers his salvation from Esther 7–8. 
Steffen Jenkins enthuses us about the joy and richness of Old Testament study. 
Steffen Jenkins shows how Psalm 1, the Babylonian deportation, and Jesus the Righteous One speak into the difficulties of Covid-19 lockdown. 
Steffen Jenkins considers a distinctively evangelical approach to training for ministry and theological study.  
Steffen Jenkins looks at the transformation in understanding the Bible that the Reformation brought. 
Steffen Jenkins looks at the transformation in understanding the Bible that the Reformation brought.