Why Tenure is needed for Academic Institutions

Maybe the supposed date of a given biblical writing, maybe some judgement about the genre of a writing or passage, maybe the exegesis of a particular passage or set of passages.  No major doctrine called into question, no denial of any item of historic Christian faith, no moral lapse, no criticism of teaching effectiveness, just a charge of having stepped out of the party line on any one of a number of matters undifferentiated as to importance.

via Academic Injustice and Shameful Cowardice « Larry Hurtado’s Blog.

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Aren’t you about tired of the Calvinist institutions firing Scholars who question something?

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