Monthly Archives: May 2012

Academic Freedom: At What Expense?

The academic blogosphere has been abuzz since the dismissal of Anthony Le Donne, Professor of New Testament at Lincoln Christian University, a few short weeks ago. The majority of the blogs, if not all, have been crying foul, claiming that … Continue reading

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Could Jesus Read? Part 4: The Implications of an Illiterate Jesus

In the previous three posts, we have considered whether Jesus could read at some basic level. We have concluded from a brief historical investigation and from the Old and New Testaments that Jesus could in fact read. In this post, … Continue reading

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