Daily Archives: March 10, 2018

Vridar: The Abomination of Desolation in Mark 13: What Did the Reader Need to Understand?

https://vridar.org/2018/03/10/the-abomination-of-desolation-in-mark-13-what-did-the-reader-need-to-understand/

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Growing Up in Working Class Youngstown — Rev. Lonnie K. A. Simon

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
Reverend Lonnie K. A. Simon in his office. Source unknown, accessed from Delta Heritage Project at YSU Digital Archives As I look over the posts in this series, one of the things I’ve realized…

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Presenting at the Pacific Coast Region SBL Meeting Tomorrow

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Terrien-was Paul a misogynist prude?

Originally posted on theoutwardquest:
I continue to read Samuel Terrien’s Till the Heart Sings which is a biblical reflection on gender. People have often considered the Apostle Paul anti-woman.  His convoluted and culturally influenced attempts to deal with issues between…

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Fiscal Fights with Friends: Should there Be a Federal Program for Paid Parental Leave? — International Liberty

Reblogging for the information about different views and proposals, not necessarily out of agreement. Back in 2015, I wrote some columns about policy differences with folks who normally would be considered allies. In Part I, I defended the flat tax, … Continue reading

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