Monthly Archives: May 2007

MP3 Players – SanDisk versus iPod

OK, I recognize this has nothing to do with biblical studies or biblical Hebrew, but it does fit in the category of something that interests me! I am in the market for a MP3 player for my daughter. I am … Continue reading

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Theogony, Cosmogony, and Anthropology in ANE Creation Accounts (Creation in Ancient Mesopotamia, Part 4)

This is the fourth and (probably) final post in the series “Ideas of Origins and Creation in Ancient Mesopotamia.â€? The first post in the series detailed some methodological issues and highlighted some bibliographical resources. The second and third posts surveyed … Continue reading

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Class Attendance on the Decline

Chris Heard over at Higgaion pointed out a recent article in Inside Higher Ed about declining university class attendance. The article provides a bunch of data — quantitative and qualitative — about the decline in class attendance at American universities … Continue reading

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Biblical Studies Carnival XVII is online at higgaion

Christopher Heard has uploaded Biblical Studies Carnival XVII over at his blog, Higgaion. Chris has done an excellent job highlighting the best of biblical studies in the blogosphere last month — especially considering he received no nominations! I usually try … Continue reading

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