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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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The Christian Historian and the Use of Evidence

Part 2 of the¬†Integration of Faith & History in the Classroom series by Dan Miller. The discipline of history that is placed at the service of my Christian heart and mind is an attempt to situate ourselves in time and … Continue reading

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The Historian at a Murder Trial

by Will Katerberg. Once I had jury duty and ended up a jury foreman in a murder trial. The trial was unusual in that there were two defendants, two juries, and two defense attorneys. The victim was a drug dealer … Continue reading

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