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November 22, 2021 By CBMW
Today is the release of the Fall 2021 issue of Eikon: A Journal for Biblical Anthropology. This is now our sixth issue under the new masthead. This issue and past issues can be accessed at no cost at our website, where you can also download free PDFs, read individual essays and reviews, and subscribe to...
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November 21, 2021 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Fall 2021 issue of Eikon. Among the world currencies, some are strong, others weak. And yes, there are the parasitic counterfeits. Unfortunately, these pretenders can do a lot of damage, trading on another’s good name. Albert Talton is a case in point: Using only a standard inkjet...
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November 21, 2021 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Fall 2021 issue of Eikon. In the past few years, numerous Christian scholars have produced books garnering national attention. Kristen Kobes Du Mez was interviewed on NPR about her book Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation and was featured...
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November 21, 2021 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Fall 2021 issue of Eikon. The Ancient Paths A central feature of the “long” eighteenth century — a marker of time used by historians to denote the period in Anglo-American history running from roughly the Glorious Revolution of 1688 to the English Reform Act of 1832 —...
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November 21, 2021 By CBMW
Editor’s note: The following essay appears in the Fall 2021 issue of Eikon. In recent months, a certain church body made headlines after electing and installing Meghan Rohrer as bishop of their Sierra Pacific Synod. “Evangelical Lutheran Church elects first transgender bishop,” declared NBC News’s headline.[1] Not to be outdone in the vaguery department, CNN...
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November 4, 2021 By CBMW
Editor’s note: This article has been updated with a statement from FBC Elm Mott. The pronoun is a basic concept of grammar first learned by intuition and later catalogued by name in the elementary years. Yet today it dominates much of our national conversation. In the aftermath of the ongoing LGBT revolution, many have had...
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