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Tag Archives: New Testament
Yale University religion professor Dale Martin has some words of warning for the students in his course Introduction to New Testament History and Literature (website, iTunes): “De omnibus dubitandum.” Say it loud, he tells his students. Say it with feeling. … Continue reading