Monthly Archives: March 2016

Rebuilding a Tradition of Female Biblical Interpretation

by Kristin Du Mez. Kristin Du Mez wrote this piece for Women’s History Month, featuring a few of her favorite women in the history of female biblical interpretation. The dearth of female authors in contemporary theological and biblical studies has … Continue reading

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Public Virtue

by Jim Bratt. This post originally appeared in The Twelve: Reformed Done Daily on March 12, 2016. The course had come around to the question of religion and the American founding, again. This topic I have taken up a hundred times in various … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton and Christian America

by Kristin Du Mez. This post originally appeared in The Twelve: Reformed Done Daily on March 4, 2016. Let’s start with a disclaimer. I’m a historian, and as such I have no particular skills when it comes to prognostication. Case in … Continue reading

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