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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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The Christian Historian, the Bible, and “Secular” History

Part 3 of the¬†Integration of Faith & History in the Classroom series by Dan Miller. For me as a Christian believer as well as a historian, the Bible represents a bit of a conundrum. While it is relatively easy to … Continue reading

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Thomas Jefferson’s Bible

by Bob Schoone-Jongen. Did you know that Thomas Jefferson, in his spare time, tried to produce an accurate biography of Jesus by literally taking a razor to the four gospels? In fact, he did it twice, once while serving as … Continue reading

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