Sansblogue

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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



Michael Pahl apparently posted this a month ago, but somehow it only showed in my reader this morning. I have no time today to comment except to say that Being a Discerning Christian in the Information Age (Or, What to […]...

What is the Bible?

on Jul 31, 2016

Michael Pahl has an excellent post (a really long one comprising several from his church website) on What is the Bible and how should we read it? The post is simple (any intelligent Christian should have no trouble understanding what […]...

In an excellent post on the Aussie BS blog Mike Bird provides a neat helpful brief summary of things people need to recognise about the Bible. The post should be helpful for both believers and unbelievers alike, potentially dispelling ignorance [R...

I was grabbed by a question Derek Tovey asked on Facebook. He’s been reading the blurb to Peeter’s edition of Elizabeth B. Tracy, See Me! Hear Me!, Contributions to biblical exegesis and theology 75 (Leuven: Peeters, 2015). The blurb begi...

Back in the 20th Century it used to be difficult and expensive for books or websites that seek to explain the Bible to get suitable illustrations (it was even hard to get pictures for classes. For the Hypertext Bible Commentary: […]...

Gospel games

on May 3, 2016

It’s not yet launched (coming Thursday US time, Friday here) yet from what I’ve heard and seen The Aetherlight: Chronicles of the Resistance could be an answer for people looking for a decent, fun game for kids (and the young […]...

I am working on some ideas I delivered orally a few years back and at that stage did not finish polishing with a view to publication. Basically the idea is that if we read David’s story as told in Samuel-Kings1 […]...