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Barton’s Bible Balancing Act

In A History of the Bible, John Barton seeks to demonstrate the diversity, greatness, and even incongruence of some of the Bible’s constituent parts with the faiths that appeal to them. Barton acknowledges this may be “an uncomfortable balancing act.”

Engaging Diversity in Theological Commentary

This commentary delivers what it promises: in both parts, for Judges and for Ruth, the authors carefully identify relevant theological themes arising from the text, and suggest ways of reading the texts that connect them with wider theological issues and debates.

Even for the simplest of websites, there are a lot of things to consider. Start small, and when someone says “you should include such-and-such in the new website,” here are two possible responses: “That’s on the list for version 2.0,” and “Welcome to the website committee!”

Breaching the Walls

Four teams from Liberia, Tanzania, Jerusalem, and the United States met for 10 days at St. George’s College in Jerusalem to share, to pray, to have fellowship, and to explore sacred sites, as part of "Building Dialogue Across Conflict."