Category Archives: Subjectivity

“Becoming People of the Book” – Installation address available on video

Video of my installation address, “Becoming People of the Book,” on becoming Professor of Bible and Ancient Systems of Thought at the Iliff School of Theology, is available on YouTube. This contains the entire service, but the lecture begins at … Continue reading

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Installation as Professor of Bible and Ancient Systems of Thought

I will be installed at the Iliff School of Theology as Professor of Bible and Ancient Systems of Thought on Thursday, 27 April 2017. The title of my address is, “Becoming People of the Book,” in which I discuss the … Continue reading

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The Bible and Americans: Governmentality and Subjectivity

The Pew Research Center posted an article this week, “5 facts about how Americans view the Bible and other religious texts.” I find such studies interesting for a variety of reasons, such as the question about whether Jews read scripture … Continue reading

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