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Your Word Processor bogging you down? Six reasons to Try Scrivener

Staring at a blank screen as you start your next research paper, blog post or lesson plan? Maybe the traditional typewriter turned into a word processor method isn’t the best approach. Need to move a paragraph or two around in Word to another section? Not always straightforward. Settings get changed. Fonts can change and other … Continue reading Your Word Processor bogging you down? Six reasons to Try Scrivener

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More than cosmic consciousness?

I was flipping through channels on the hotel TV and I paused on an interesting show on the knowledge network. In a few minutes I was preached at about the wonder and beauty of scientific humanism in its finest. The narrator, a young man in his twenties with a British accent described the cosmos and … Continue reading More than cosmic consciousness?

3 Observations about First-Century Oral Culture and Biblical Studies

If the New Testament was composed in a predominately oral-aural Mediterranean culture of the first century - then why is there an almost obsessive, reliance on print methods not found in the first century? This, and other, questions rise as I dig deeper in my research. Here are three initial observations in my research: 1. … Continue reading 3 Observations about First-Century Oral Culture and Biblical Studies