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blog etiquette

A blog post, in which I am humorous

Posted by PeteEnns on October 5, 2015 in blog etiquette 23 Comments

A week or so ago, I posted about the papal visit to Philadelphia, and in that post I began as follows: First, let me say that I’m really happy for those of you who are among the lucky few to secure a ticket to get within 10 miles of the Pope. For the record, he’s been calling

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On blogging. An interview with King Solomon

Posted by PeteEnns on July 21, 2015 in blog etiquette 5 Comments

I recently sat down with King Solomon, and he was kind enough to share some thoughts with me about the power of words–whether spoken or typed. Although he himself personally has never blogged, he does try to keep up with the blogosphere, and he’s formed some opinions on how people speak to each other of Yahweh.

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watching young scholars grow up on the internet

Posted by PeteEnns on November 17, 2014 in blog etiquette 25 Comments

While I was a faculty member at Westminster Theological Seminary, a colleague (not in biblical studies) wrote a rather heavy-handed response to a well-known biblical scholar. I felt embarrassed by it, so much so that I wrote the scholar in essence apologizing for the school and assuring him that the biblical studies department did not share

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It’s Not Every Day Jesus Comments on Your Blog

Posted by PeteEnns on February 8, 2013 in blog etiquette violence of God

I recently hosted a 3-part guest blog series by Eric Seibert (Messiah College) on the topic of God’s violence in the Old Testament (part one here). It’s a touchy subject for some, and the comments left over several days reflect the diverse points of view people hold, and generally with both respect and passion. Not unexpected, some comments

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