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.



Latest Blog Posts



In a post I missed back in June, Jackson Wu takes up the idea that the Bible’s story is dystopian. It will surprise no one that this idea resonates with me. I’ve recommended this blog, also, before, but this post […] The post The Bi...

There has been far too much nonsense written contrasting reading on various types of screens 1 Usually conflated as if screens were all one type of reading and it was the electronic imprint that mattered not the size or reflective […] The post...

I have pointed before (often) to Vinoth Ramachandra’s thoughtful and thought-provoking posts. If you have failed to subscribe directly to his blog (why?) his latest post is particularly good. As a taster, here is one early paragraph: I believe...

I can’t remember if I have yet linked to The Mother God Experiment. Sadly due to the way Facebook hides our non-friends from us, placing their messages into the outer darkness, I only discovered Susan Harrison’s work recently. Her blog [&...

Two friends 1 Well actually one is a friend of a friend. have in different ways prompted this post. One is a technologist trained in the sciences, who in the context of dissatisfaction with understanding the how of a particular […] The post Cha...

My take on Isaiah 6

on Jun 1, 2017

My short piece on Isaiah 6 from the NZ BaptistMag has been put online. Do either go and comment, question, object…. or tell your friends to stir things up a bit :)   Please! The post My take on Isaiah 6 appeared first on Sans​blogue.

A few days ago I posted on Facebook a link to a post from six years ago: Does Jesus make me whole? As a result, I was challenged again to reflect more on the theology of aging. By this I do […] The post Personality and theologies of aging appe...