Monthly Archives: May 2016

Beyond Reliability

By Bill Heroman I’ve been reviewing NT scholarship on the historical Jesus, social memory theory, and Gospel traditions in preparation for my trip to the Jesus and Memory conference in London next month. Today that included re-watching Chris Keith’s Inaugural YouTube lecture for probably the seventh or tenth time. Partly to brag that …read more

Game, Set, Match

By J. P Holding From the March 2013 E-Block.**This item is done by reader request to examine a few samples of what is colloquially called “Game.” Despite the innocuous designation, the premise of Game stems from a somewhat anti-feminist movement among Christians, and those of similar profession, in which adherents boldly declare what might …read more

Expected Meanings

By mattsheedy Note: This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog.by Steven RameyThe meaning of words, even entire texts, reflect our expectations of them and our assumptions of their context. This point is apparent in the Argentine soccer ad that uses quotes from Donald Trump to hype the national …read more

Expected Meanings

By mattsheedy Note: This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog.by Steven RameyThe meaning of words, even entire texts, reflect our expectations of them and our assumptions of their context. This point is apparent in the Argentine soccer ad that uses quotes from Donald Trump to hype the national …read more

Expected Meanings

By mattsheedy Note: This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog.by Steven RameyThe meaning of words, even entire texts, reflect our expectations of them and our assumptions of their context. This point is apparent in the Argentine soccer ad that uses quotes from Donald Trump to hype the national …read more

Expected Meanings

By mattsheedy Note: This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog.by Steven RameyThe meaning of words, even entire texts, reflect our expectations of them and our assumptions of their context. This point is apparent in the Argentine soccer ad that uses quotes from Donald Trump to hype the national …read more

Expected Meanings

By mattsheedy Note: This post originally appeared on the Culture on the Edge blog.by Steven RameyThe meaning of words, even entire texts, reflect our expectations of them and our assumptions of their context. This point is apparent in the Argentine soccer ad that uses quotes from Donald Trump to hype the national …read more

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