Grants for Cataloging Eastern Christian Manuscripts

The Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) announces grants available for cataloging work in its eastern Christian collections in Arabic/Garšūnī, Armenian, Old Church Slavonic, and Syriac. These grants are funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Many of these collections are greatly understudied and catalogers thus have prime opportunities for new and further research, as [Read More…]

When the Good Book Isn’t Good

Eric Seibert has written a guest post on Pete Enns’ blog in which he says things like this: [I]f we are going to keep the Bible from harming others, we need to learn to have problems with it. We need to protest what is objectionable and condemn what is immoral. Otherwise, we run the risk of [Read More…]

So You Want To Win The Super Bowl Next Year?

If so, there seems to be a trend… HT Bob Cargill. No, this isn’t good theology. But as long as so many people believe that God cares what team wins, then hopefully they will at least draw out the logical implications from such beliefs. Neil deGrasse Tyson offered an astute sports-related theological observation: And of [Read More…]

Star Trek Into Darkness: New Super Bowl Trailer

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Superb Owl

Apparently there is some sort of event tonight for nerds, which given the title, I am guessing involves rewatching the classic version of Clash of the Titans. But I don’t see that in the TV Guide…   Image via Tom Bolin and Bob Cargill on Facebook. [Read more…]

Well, That Escalated Quickly

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Wilderness Wandering: There’s an App for That

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When Churches Try To Compete With The Super Bowl

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Praising Academic Achievement FAIL

I spotted this at a local high school today: [Read more…]

Ken Ham’s New Stance vs. the Doctor’s

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