Tag - theological

Tendencies to Remember When Teaching Women

Sue Edwards | Dallas Theological Seminary How you view women influences how you teach them. Paul uses familial language to describe Christian relationships, and I’ve found this imagery useful in creating a healthy classroom ethos where both women...

Dueling Professors?

An Example of Co-Teaching as a Means of Modeling Interdisciplinary Dialogue Eric J. Tully | Trinity Evangelical Divinity School One of the challenges in Christian higher education is navigating the tension between various fields of study. Christian...

Reading the Bible Theologically

Since the dawn of the Enlightenment, biblical scholarship has grown increasingly skeptical and specialized. Books of the Bible are studied in isolation from the rest of the canon, and scholars are experts in Matthew, Isaiah, or Genesis, rather than...

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