M. Eugene Boring on Ancient Jewish Letters and the Beginnings of Christian Epistolography, by Lutz Doering
How ancient Jewish letter-writing shaped the New Testament Even readers conversant with the Bible are sometimes a bit disconcerted to be reminded that the . . .
Did the ancient Greeks worship stones as gods? Aniconism was a concept created in nineteenth century Germany to describe an important phenomenon in Greek . . .
Politics and culture wars on the other side of American evangelicalism Much of the attention paid to contemporary evangelicalism in the United States has . . .
Wyclif’s theology for the laity The Late Middle Ages witnessed a narrowing of the divide that had traditionally separated the clerical and lay estates . . .
James Carleton Paget on Pseudoclementina Elchasaiticaque inter Judaeochristiana, by F. Stanley Jones
Clement of Rome’s Mediterranean travels, the first Christian novel, and the character of early Christianity F.C. Baur is regarded as the founder of the . . .
Frans van Liere on Holy Scripture and the Quest for Authority at the End of the Middle Ages, by Ian Christopher Levy
Were the theologies of Wyclif and Hus really that radical? Biblical hermeneutics is the key to understanding the Reformation in the sixteenth century. Or . . .
The earliest known memoir in Ladino reveals the struggles of a nineteenth century Ottoman Jewish community The modern memoir typically follows a narrative arc . . .
Has the grasp of science outstripped its reach? In Mind and Cosmos: Why the Materialist NeoDarwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False, philosopher . . .
An-sky’s vast verbal museum of Jewish life in the Pale One hundred years ago Shloyme Zanvil Rapoport, better known by his pen-name An-sky, began his . . .
How did Origen vindicate God amidst the horrors of evil and suffering? Anyone with a smattering of training in religion or philosophy knows at least . . .