Daily Archives: 6 Sep 2016
Because her empty blonde head was justifiably slapped about metaphorically with just cause and great vigor. And no white supremacist deserves it more. “Ann Coulter has written 11 books — 12 if you count ‘Mein Kampf,’” comedian Nikki Glaser said. … Continue reading
Sources confirmed Tuesday that unrestrained sex and drug use are now covered as acceptable behaviors under local man Aiden Pearson’s ever-expanding definition of “Christian liberty.” “I’m just trying to really live into my freedom in Christ while purging myself of any … Continue reading
Corrected… as it were… (and original unretouched photos by Paul Middleton).
“Holy Places in Biblical and Extrabiblical Traditions: Proceedings of the Bonn-Leiden-Oxford Colloquium on Biblical Studies” is a newly published volume from Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. The contributions of this volume try to shape this phenomenon for selected texts of the Old … Continue reading
October 1st the SECSOR call for papers closes. If you’re in the SBL and live in the Southeast, come along to our annual meeting in March. And read a paper. For the Hebrew Bible section.
His attempt to explain the decline of American Christianity misses the real reason altogether. I suspect because he overlooked it because he is among those who are striving very hard to make the difference between authentic Christian faith and culture … Continue reading
Maybe ‘preach the Gospel’ really should top the list instead of coming in as an afterthought…
In an essay about sports and American life and Christians in America, Tim Suttle obeserves “Today, we often regard the Sabbath as arcane or impotent, but it possesses unimaginable power. In my congregation, for example, a chief rival for participation … Continue reading
You had me at Zurich… This new blog has a rather interesting aim. To wit- This Blog is associated with the Peer-Mentoring-Group “Neutestamentliche Wissenschaft.” This organisation is funded by the UZH Graduate Campus and aims at supporting junior researchers at the … Continue reading
As biblical studies becomes increasingly fragmented, this collection of essays brings together a number of leading scholars in order to show how historical reconstruction, philology, metacriticism, and reception history can be part of a collective vision for the future of … Continue reading