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In her new collection of essays on Calvin’s exegetical method, Barbara Pitkin presents a clear and expansive picture of the reformer’s historical consciousness as it intersected with his “theological assumption of the unity of the covenant” (119) as narrated in scripture. Pitkin marshals a...
As Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi nears the end of Flesh and Blood, he asks, “Why do (some) people like to tell stories about parents killing their own children as part of a normative or deviant religious ritual?” (83). He is referring here to modern stories of alleged Satanic rituals that require...
In the spring of 1906, the German biblical scholar Adolf Deissmann traveled to the Mediterranean to visit its ancient ruins. Deissmann’s trip was transformative. Recalling his travels in his now famous Light from the Ancient East (Hodder and Stoughton, 1910), Deissmann dwells on the...
WHO would have thought a year before the 2020 annual meeting of the American Academy of Religion (AAR) that the Presidential Address would be delivered via Zoom? Indeed, how many of us even knew what Zoom was back then. Yet, here we are, in a world racked by a pandemic that has taken millions of...
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