Monthly Archives: February 2010

An N. T. Wright Primer

Prepared for those who will be attending an upcoming conference at Wheaton, but available to all from Nijay Gupta and some of his colleagues. N. T. Wright for Everyone: The Apostle Paul (by Nijay Gupta) N. T. Wright on Biblical … Continue reading

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Thanks, Jeanie!

Jeanie Miley has some very kind words to say about Formations adult Bible study curriculum, of which I am the editor: For years we have used the FORMATIONS study material, written by moderate Baptists across the country.  The lessons are edited … Continue reading

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So Who Blogs to Be Cool, Anyway?

Nicholas Carter: “Blogging: a great pastime for the elderly“: Did you see that new Pew study that came out yesterday? It put a big fat exclamation point on what a lot of us have come to realize recently: blogging is … Continue reading

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Names in Genesis 1–11

Interesting article about the personal names in the opening chapters of Genesis by Richard S. Hess over at The Bible and Interpretation. I wish I knew more about onomastics than I do. The Medieval Names Archive does a fantastic job … Continue reading

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Biblical Studies Carnival XLX-1

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival is now posted at Abnormal Interests. I’m not sure how to do math involving both Roman and Arabic numerals, however. Share this: Digg this postRecommend on FacebookTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this postTell … Continue reading

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