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Christian Scholar's Review 43 No. 4 Summer 2014

ARTICLES
313 THOMAS KNECHT AND EMILY ECKLUND,
Gender Differences at Christian and Secular Colleges

343    STEVEN McMuLLEN,
Radical Orthodox Economics

REFLECTION  AND RESPONSE
365     JAMES EVINGER AND RICH DARR, 142 more words

Culture

Biblical Archaeology Review Vol. 40, No. 2 - March/April 2014

6 FIRST PERSON: Oded’s Other Ossuary

8 QUERIES&COMMENTS

12 STRATA:

Archaeology on the Opera Stage

Severed Hands: Trophies of War in New Kingdom Egypt Indiana Jones: Fashion Icon… 310 more words

Archaeology/Theology

Biblical Archaeology Review Vol. 40, No. 1 Winter 2013

6       First Person: Why Did Judas Identify Jesus With a Kiss?

8       Queries&Comments

12     STRATA
BAR Accused of Publishing “Defamatory” Ad

David Ussishkin Receives 2014 Percia Schimmel Award… 332 more words

Archaeology/Theology

Biblical Archaeological Review Vol. 39 No. 6

6 FIRST PERSON The Sun God in the Synagogue

10 STRATA
Who’s Right? You Decide
The1,700th Anniversary of the Edict of Milan
Pentagrams in Judea… 288 more words

Archaeology/Theology

Near Eastern Archaeology Vol. 76 No. 3

132 Archaeology and Community in Jordan and Greater Syria: Traditional Patterns and New Directions
Bert de Vries
From its inception, archaeology was perceived as the domain of expert practitioners of the scientific method. 990 more words

Archaeology/Theology

Biblical Archaeology Review Sept/Oct Vol 39 No 5

30 A World Below: The Caves of Maresha
lan Stern
Maresha exists on two levels-one a typical Hellenistic town; the other a subterranean  metropolis of caves that served many of the city’s everyday needs-columbaria for raising doves, cisterns for water, baths perhaps for ritual immersion, animal stables, domestic textile factories and just plain storage. 220 more words

Theology

Near Eastern Archaeology Vol 76 Issue 2 2013

66    The Renewed Razor Excavations      Amnon  Ben-Tor

68 Hazor in the Early Bronze Age
Sharon Zuckerman

73 Tel Razor: A Key Site of the Intermediate Bronze Age… 94 more words

Theology