Monthly Archives: August 2015

The Rise of Women

By Scot McKnight From Carolyn Custis James, Malestrom, something to be read slowly and treasured: Blame [the rise of women into leadership, the breaking of the patriarchal boundaries] on feminism, contraception, affirmative action, access to higher education, postmodernism, economic changes, exploding technology, the Internet, or global warming, but make no mistake about it—the …read more

Now Available – the Fall 2015 Academic Catalog

By Mason Slater Our Fall 2015 Academic Catalog is now available online.
Bible & Interpretation (pages 1-15) PDF
Theological, Historical & Ethical Studies (pages 16-27) PDF
Intercultural Studies (pages 28-31), Practical Theology, Spirituality & Formation (pages 32-43) and Also of Interest (pages 44-50) PDF
Complete List, Indexes, Policies, and Order Form (pages 51-123) PDF
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Not at this river River, part the fourth

By Scott Fritzsche The first part of this commentary may be found here:http://unsettledchristianity.com/not-at-this-river-part-the-third/ and the story from Gather at the River it is about may be found here:http://www.rmnetwork.org/newrmn/no-more-holy-a-place-for-me-to-be/ “In our baptismal vows, the […]
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not at this river, Part the third

By Scott Fritzsche This is a continuation of the stories I read from Gather at the River. The first two parts can be found here:http://unsettledchristianity.com/not-at-this-river-part-the-first/ and here:http://unsettledchristianity.com/not-at-this-river-part-the-second/ Today’s story will come from the […]
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Book Giveaway!

By Jason I managed to receive an extra copy of Hendrickson’s recent Dictionary of Daily Life in Biblical & Post-Biblical Antiquity: Volume 2, De–H, so naturally I thought I’d host a book giveaway. Earning a chance to win will be simple–one entry per comment below. There’s no limit to the number of …read more