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Interview: Laura J. Hunt

Dr. Laura J. Hunt is adjunct professor at Ashland Theological Seminary and Spring Arbor University. She also does copy editing work. Dr. Hunt earned her B.R.E and M.T.S. from Michigan Theological Seminary and her Ph.D. from University of Wales Trinity … Continue reading

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Karen Jobes Discusses her Commentary on 1, 2, & 3 John

Dr. Karen H. Jobes was Gerald F. Hawthorne Professor of New Testament and Exegesis at Wheaton College and Graduate School from 2005-2015. Prior to that she taught at Westminster Theological Seminary .Among other publications, she is the author of a commentary … Continue reading

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Interview: Nyasha Junior

Dr. Nyasha Junior is Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. She earned her B.S. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, M.P.A. from Princeton University, M.Div. from Pacific School of Religion, and Ph.D. in Old Testament from Princeton Theological Seminary. Formerly … Continue reading

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19th Century Female Biblical Interpreters

The following is a guest post from Amanda MacInnis-Hackney who is a Ph.D. student at Wycliffe College, University of Toronto. The post originally appeared on her blog. You can also find her on twitter @CWtheology. One of the highlight’s of … Continue reading

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Need a Textbook on Biblical Hermeneutics?

If you are teaching an introductory course on biblical hermeneutics or need a resource for a class that touches on the subject matter, you might consider Jeannine K. Brown’s book Scripture as Communication: Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics. Brown provides a clearly … Continue reading

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A (Not Entirely) Foolproof Guide to Getting Published for Academics: Part II

In this post Katya Covrett continues her discussion on how to become a published author. Be sure to check out Part I as well. Covrett (MTS, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary) is Executive Editor at Zondervan Academic. Find an editor An … Continue reading

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A (Not Entirely) Foolproof Guide to Getting Published for Academics: Part I

In a previous post Katya Covrett discussed the shortage of published works by female authors in biblical and theological studies. In this post she offers professional tips on how to get published. Covrett (MTS, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary) is Executive … Continue reading

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What I Learned about Gender (and Diversity) from Christian Academic Publishing

This post by Katya Covrett originally appeared on A Pilgrim in Narnia blog in December 2015 in response to the blogger’s critique of the Zondervan Academic catalog. I am a woman. I am the wife of one and the mother … Continue reading

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Interview: Cyndi Parker

Dr. Cyndi Parker teaches 3-week intensive courses in Israel at Jerusalem University College, as well as by invitation to various churches and institutions. She holds a BA in French and Business Studies from Butler University, MA in Old Testament and … Continue reading

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Dr. Stephanie Crowder Discusses Mark 6

The Rev. Dr. Stephanie Buckhanon Crowder share her brief thoughts on Mark 6:1-13. Crowder is professor of New Testament Studies at Belmont University.

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