Daily Archives: 9 Nov 2012

The Evening Session

It was pretty good though the first speaker used up an entire hour, half for his 5 minute response and 30 more with Q&A.  So though interesting, a bit annoying for a person like myself who likes structure and time … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

In this world the Devil is an abbot. – Martin Luther

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Preparation and Delivery… And Response…

Chris preparing, delivering, and the resounding response.

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Rescuing Chris Tilling From the ‘Golden Coral’

It’s an inside joke.  Anyway, it was good to see the reprobate Brit again and we’ve had a nice chat, a nice coffee, and shortly a nice dinner before the evening sessions begin.  Here we are: Given that I won’t … Continue reading

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It Looks Like His Own De-Gaying Didn’t Take: More Pastoral Depravity

A Minnesota pastor has been arrested for sexually assaulting two gay men while counseling them about their “homosexual tendencies.” Charging documents released this week indicated that 55-year-old Rev. Ryan J. Muehlhauser was accused of eight felony counts of fourth-degree criminal … Continue reading

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Visiting Old Friends and Places

I can’t come all the way to Durham and not run up to my old home in Oxford, visit the old church, and see some old friends.  And since Wake Forest is a hop away, I have to swing by … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day

Quamvis quid attinet, humanam speciem circumferas an simię, modo re non aliud sis quam belua, nec te uti alia ratione quemquam puto, quam qua mulis et asinis utitur. Opportunus es ad omne facinus; nullius enim te pudet. Tales frontes habere oportet eos, … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Thomas Movie…

No, I’m not kidding and no, this isn’t a bit from the Onion.  It’s legit and according to Mark, it’s good. It’s the Gospel of Thomas read by a guy who looks like he dropped out of the 1960’s from … Continue reading

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The Dilly of the Decade Award Winner Is…

Jason Staples!   Here’s your Dilly for all you do! NB- Jason isn’t actually a dilettante- in fact he’s the furthest thing from it.  But last night during Goodacre’s paper while we were making the rounds introducing ourselves I simply … Continue reading

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The Setting

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Duke Campbell Conference

Yesterday I walked from my hotel to Mark Goodacre’s talk on GTh and I thought it would be a short jaunt from the hotel.  I was mistaken.  It was 2 miles and a good bit of it was ‘offroad’ (i.e., … Continue reading

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Free Access to SAGE Journals

From SAGE- To coincide with the AAR/SBL conference, SAGE is offering free access to our extensive range of journals in Theology, Biblical Studies and Religious Studies throughout November.  You can access them for free by signing up here – including … Continue reading

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The New EABS Website is Up

And it’s impressive.  Check your bookmarks and make sure you point them to the new URL-  http://www.eabs.net/site/.

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