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Featured Faculty Book Review: Frans van Liere, An Introduction to the Medieval Bible

Although all of our faculty are busy researching and writing, we don’t often share the results here on¬†Historical Horizons. We do rejoice together in each other’s achievements, and sometimes a book review is too good not to share. Congratulations to … Continue reading

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Is There A Place for Medieval Exegesis in Evangelical Christianity?

by Frans van Liere. When I tell people that I just finished writing an¬†introduction to the medieval Bible, I usually receive varied reactions. The prevailing sentiment is that research on the medieval Bible is at best quaint, perhaps even interesting … Continue reading

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Calvin’s Unknown Rare Art Treasure

by Frans van Liere. Calvin College owns one medieval manuscript. At least, it is part of a manuscript: seven leaves, containing a liturgical calendar, which at one point was part of a medieval Psalter or prayer book. It contains one … Continue reading

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