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I’m getting me a dos equis

Society and Religion

More Blowing in the Wind – No one needs no stinkin’ Stone-Campbellite Heritage

This editorial “we” is very problematic, as it blurs the line between the “we” of the church, the “we” of

Society and Religion

Let’s see how long this comment lasts…

It says: Dr. Rollston told the truth in a very well researched and well-written article. He was then chastised for

Books

Sorta in the Mail: @bakeracademic’s First and Second Peter (Paideia: Commentaries on the New Testament)

Love these sets of Commentaries. In this addition to the well-received Paideia series, New Testament scholars Duane Watson and Terrance

Books

Sorta in the Mail: @bakeracademic’s Acts: An Exegetical Commentary: Introduction and 1:1–2:47

I like big books, I cannot lie…. Highly respected New Testament scholar Craig Keener is known for his meticulous and

Books

Sorta in the Mail: @bakeracademic’s Prima Scriptura: An Introduction to New Testament Interpretation

In conversing with someone at Baker Academic, I discovered that the title seems to scare some away. Why? This is

Books

Sorta in the Mail: @bakeracademic’s Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters: A Historical and Biographical Guide

Dr. James Ernest graced me with a few review copies, to be highlighted in the next few posts. This is

Acts

Some quick thoughts on the Historical Paul

Did Luke theologize Paul’s blindness? Hang on, let me flesh this out. First, Galatians 4.13-15. Here, he says the Galatians