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New Directions in Memory Studies

LISSA M. WRAY BEAL | PROVIDENCE UNIVERSITY The Old Testament speaks of the importance of memory. For instance, Deuteronomy repeatedly calls for remembrance (5:15; 7:18; 8:18 et passim), Israel recounts its history in Psalms (105, 106), and failure...

Video Lecture: Overview of James

by Daniel K. Eng Last week, I gave a talk for an undergraduate course, Introduction to the New Testament, at The King’s College, New York City, per the invitation of my friend Benjamin G. White. In the lecture, I offered an overview of the epistle...

When the Professor is a Full-time Pastor

Preparation, Prayers, and Cookies Through intentional support, teaching while pastoring can benefit students as well as parishioners by Stephen Witmer, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary Adjunct teaching can be either dynamite or disaster. When I...

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Deep Dive with Logos: New 12-Week Webinar Series
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