2 thoughts on “How to Read the Bible

  1. Thank you for creating your blog. I am taking a continuing education at Dartmouth on St. Paul and our class has just read your 1999 paper on St. Paul, delivered orginally at Temple Emanu-El.

    Is there a place where I could go to to read the bibliography, lectures or comments in your online course, How to Read the Bible.

    It’s a great day for all the children of Abraham to have you teaching and promoting understanding among the traditions.

    • Hi Marcia. Thanks for your kind comments. I have asked the technologist at Iliff if we could allow you access as a guest to the How to Read the Bible course and he said yes. I will need to give him your name and email address–is that alright? Also, I don’t know if you know, but I recently published a book on Paul called Paul Was Not a Christian, which picks up in more detail some of the themes I began to explore in the 1999 article.

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