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James F. McGrath
Associate Professor of Religion and Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature, Butler University
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The Risk of Teaching Theology in a Public University: A Response
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No, the democratic party is (still) not the party of God (Guest Post) | The Christian Century
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Eerdmans All Over: June 3, 2016 via
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Eerdmans Publishing Jun 3
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It's a big, fat myth that all scientists are religion-hating atheists
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Sex and Sodom and Gomorrah via
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Qi: We live in an age unlike others, when more people outside of China have at least heard of c...
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Is the National Society of High School Scholars Legit or Is It a Scam?
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Pharisees, Sadducees, and Essenes
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Coins of the Jewish War
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"Index of Christian Art" via Charles Ellwood Jones (AWOL: The Ancient World Online)
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Soisalon-Soininen Symposium on the Septuagint | June 2017
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How the new science of computational history is changing the study of the past
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Durham University conference "Science and Theology in Human Sexuality"
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Howells Concerto Premiere
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Back Home in Indianapolis
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Back Home in Indianapolis: After multiple weeks of travel, I am back home in Indianapolis. But ...
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Principal at Belfast Bible College
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Idealized Portraits of Jesus, Alexander the Great, and Aesop
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