ETS Regional Meeting: Trinity and Gender

The ETS Regional Conference recently took place here in the Ontario/Quebec region—probably one of the newest Regional meetings of ETS, not to mention the only one in Canada. I’ve been a part of this group since its inception in 2013, and each meeting has been fruitful and enjoyable. The meeting this year was held at […]

Modern Linguistic Theories and Modeling Biblical Language (Brill, 2016)

Modern linguistic theories have not been a popular interpretive tool in biblical studies up until perhaps recently. In fact, it is fair to say that many biblical scholars are still ignorant of them or at least hesitant to use them in studying the text of the Bible. There are a good number of reasons why […]

New Blog

Why another blog in an already crowded blogosphere? Good question (since you asked). The three contributors here discussed it for some time before we agreed to collaborate on this one. There are a lot of blogs out there that represent the singular positions of their writers. Many of them are much the same—with occasional postings, unhelpful book […]