Author: J. David Stark
By itself, τὲ καί can’t indicate whom Paul addresses in Romans. But when assembled with other data points, this phrase implies these addressees were gentiles.
In the academy, it’s easy to always press ahead into what’s next. But academic life also involves being away, and it’s worth doing that well.
Academic conferences can be hard to do well. But some simple steps can help you have your best meeting yet.
Email is a deeply entrenched protocol within biblical studies. Partly for that reason, it presents a constant choice of which problem with it is better.
Biblical studies isn’t a matter of “(s)he who writes the most email wins.” But that obvious truth that can still get obscured all too easily.
For all its benefits, email presents definite challenges. But those challenges are mainly ones of degree rather than kind.