Monthly Archives: September 2015

I guess not

By jps Hmmm. Jim West answered my question with a resounding “NO!” But then I read this: What about when you double up this heightened male interest for greater sexual variety in a same-sex relationship? Scholars have examined this, finding that only a third of committed homosexual male couples had agreements …read more

Introducing Ashland Theological Seminary’s Graduate Diploma in New Testament with Faithlife

By Liz Roland Mobile Ed and Ashland Theological Seminary have partnered together to offer a graduate diploma in New Testament. This unique distance learning program consists of five masters-level courses incorporating presentations by Ashland faculty, group discussions, webinars, course readings, and assessments, while also utilizing Mobile Ed courseware and the Logos Bible Software …read more

Job 11

By Bob MacDonald Job chapter 11 divides every 6 verses with reasonable but limited recurrence of words,
verses 1-6, these four in parallel sequence ענּה אמּר דּבּר שׂפּה
7-12 these in a circular pattern – what can you know ידּע מּצא אםּ מּה
13-20 these in a parallel sequence (except היה) focusing on expectation אםּ אתּה …read more

Book Giveaway Winner

By Jason Using the random number generator at, I’ve chosen the winner. And that person is…
Doug left the most comments, so I guess it’s no surprise, but nevertheless–congrats, Doug! Email me your mailing address and I’ll send it out right away!
Thanks to everyone for participating and stay tuned–I’ll have another volume …read more

Job Vacancy: IPA1010 LGBT* Studies Module Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Sheffield

By Hidden Perspectives Attention all Sheffield University Postgraduate Students!
If you’re looking for some teaching experience on an innovative undergraduate module then Hidden Perspectives co-director Dr Minna Shkul has got just the opportunity for you.
Dr Shkul leads the LGBT* Studies module at the University of Sheffield and she’s looking for a Graduate Teaching Assistant …read more