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Recovering Lost Stories

by Frans van Liere The story of the Four Sons of Haymo was widely popular in the late middle ages and Renaissance, especially in France and in the Low Countries, where I grew up. As a boy in school, I … Continue reading

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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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