Sansblogue

Blog URL:http://bigbible.org/sansblogue/
Blog Tags:biblical studies, bible, digital, culture, food
Country:New Zealand
Location:Auckland

Articles on biblical studies,the Bible, digital culture (especially academic digital culture, teasching in a digital world etc.) and food, by Tim Bulkeley. Tim has taught Old Testament/Hebrew Bible in Universities and Seminaries in four continents.



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All five nations that embraced this high-stakes, outcome-driven form of accountability are still well below expectation and seeking answers, while those nations that maintained traditional, norm-based, competitive examination systems have risen or he...

This is really good, note especially how it stresses the need to craft the thesis statement before the introduction. Whatever you do, when writing your essay do not start at the beginning!

Preamble Among conservatives toleration has become a dangerous word. Spotting the excesses to which the ethos of toleration leads contemporary society they see the need to reject such ideals. They are, at the very least partly, right. Yet when some [...

Christian Smith (American sociologist of religion, who coined the phrase “moralistic therapeutic Deism”)  published The Bible Made Impossible: Why Biblicism Is Not a Truly Evangelical Reading of Scripture with Brazos Press back in 2011. His list...

Today I want to turn to those terrible ten claims made by Biblicists.1 My aim is not to discuss whether, or how much, Evangelical scholarship may have been infiltrated by these ideas. Nor am I really trying to answer the […]...

Facebook reminded me that seven years ago today I was at SBL, and discussing then (via Facebook) with Stephen Garner (who was in Auckland) the values and value of such face to face meetings in this time of digital communications. […]...

We really think audience respond well to faith‐based action films,” Sprintz explained. “By ‘faith‐based,’ of course, I mean depicting God as a childish, petty tyrant and Moses as an arrogant jerk leading a guerrilla military revolution...