What Explains This?

Adjuncts outperform tenured professors in teaching evaluations. From Dan Berrett: Students learned more when their first in­struc­tor in a dis­ci­pline was not on the ten­ure track, as com­pared with those whose in­tro­duc­tory pro­fes­sor was tenured, ac­cord­ing to a new pa­per from Northwestern University. The paper, “Are Ten­ure-Track Professors Bet­ter Teachers?,” was re­leased on Mon­day by the National [Read More...]

In spite of what so many think…

In spite of what so many think, the NT doesn’t draw up how a church should be run. And in spite of what many think, most especially the high church types, how a church was to be run or organized or structured was not clear for several centuries. This doesn’t throw things up for grabs [Read More...]

“Any that pisseth against the wall”

There you have the “unseemly clause” in the Old Testament, at least according to the KJV, a number of times: 1Sam. 25:22 So and more also do God unto the enemies of David, if I leave of all that pertain to him by the morning light any that pisseth against the wall. 1Sam. 25:34 For [Read More...]


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