Monthly Archives: June 2014

Keeping an Open Mind

“I wish to examine [Luke’s] Gospel with the sober reserve of a scholar and with the confidence of a believer. For I hope in this manner to arrive at genuine understanding. I also realize that this becomes possible only if God leads me into his Word.” Continue reading

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Quo Vadimus?

The challenges and rewards of “classroom teaching” at the college level… Continue reading

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The Legacy of Benjamin in Judah’s Bible

A lecture is now posted at “Out of Exile”: “The Legacy of Benjamin in Judah’s Bible.” Presented in the Stellenbosch Faculty of Theology OT Seminar, April 23, 2014, this lecture summarizes some of the findings from my doctoral dissertation, “Sit … Continue reading

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June Update

Two months, and so much to do… Continue reading

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When YHWH Becomes an Enemy

Why study Lamentations? (redux) Continue reading

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