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Bible Golf Balls Promise a Holy Hole in One

Here is an excerpt from story from the scotsman.com called “Bible text balls promise a holy hole in one“: GOLFERS feeling below par and in need of divine inspiration could do worse than attend a church exhibition in the Capital. … Continue reading

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An Awesome Alberta Weekend

No this is not a paid advertisement for Travel Alberta! Now that I got that cleared up, I must say my family had a great weekend at Crimson Lake. The weather was great, the lake wasn’t that busy, and everyone … Continue reading

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Blogging Slowdown

I want to wish everyone a great weekend. I won’t be blogging the next few days as my family is heading to Crimson Lake, Alberta, for a long weekend full of tubing, canoeing, kayaking, and putting my feet up and … Continue reading

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Kidman and DiCaprio: Twins Separated at Birth?

It’s Saturday night, I’m tired (I helped a friend move all day today), so I thought I would post a light-hearted blog about my visit to the local Rogers Video. As I was looking through the new releases (and being … Continue reading

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In Memory of Prof. Nahum M. Sarna (1923-2005)

It was with some sadness that I read the news of Nahum Sarna’s death today (23 June 2005) on the Biblical Studies email list. Professor Sarna was former Chair in the Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies and Dora … Continue reading

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Jesus in the Spring Journal of Religion and Popular Culture

The Spring 2005 issue of the Journal of Religion and Popular Culture has now been posted, and is available online here. Of potential interest to Jesus movie buffs is an article by Tammie Kennedy entitled "(Re)Presenting Mary Magdalene: A Feminist … Continue reading

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A Tribute to Professor Hans Peter Ristau

This last Thursday I had the privilege of attending a retirement party for one of colleagues, Prof. Hans Peter Ristau. What was special about this event is that Prof. Ristau was not only my colleague, but also my former undergraduate … Continue reading

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