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James F. McGrath
Professor of Religion and Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature, Butler University
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Bible Idioms
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Stuff Early Christians Read: P. Oxy. 925, Christian Prayer about a Journey
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5 Questions with Craig R. Koester
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Earliest Version of Our Alphabet Possibly Discovered
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What is Fourth Baruch?
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Four Horsemen of Evangelical Hypocrisy and Some Counterparts (Part 1)
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Praying with Our Feet
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James F. McGrath May 19
Call for Papers: Dumitru Staniloae’s encounter with the West
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James F. McGrath May 19
Book Notice: Jerry Sumney on Steward of God’s Mysteries
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James F. McGrath May 19
The New Lucozade Advertisement features a David and Goliath Parody
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James F. McGrath May 19
Patriarchy, Modesty, and Rape Culture
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James F. McGrath May 19
We Need to Stop Saying “Our Thoughts and Prayers are With You.” It Doesn’t Help.
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James F. McGrath May 18
Westworld 2.4: Questions Pertaining to Immortality
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James F. McGrath May 18
Full Professor/Tenure Track of New Testament and Early Christianity (1.0 FTE) - University of Groningen -
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James F. McGrath May 18
Stunning first image sent back by NASA’s planet-hunter satellite
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James F. McGrath May 18
The Lives of the Prophets
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James F. McGrath May 18
‘You Shall Love the Sojourner as Yourself’
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James F. McGrath May 18
John Barclay, Firth Lectures: Gift-Reciprocity and Community Construction in the New Testament
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James F. McGrath May 18
The gospels according to James and Thomas – an exercise in understanding oral tradition
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