Modern linguistic theories have not been a popular interpretive tool in biblical studies up until perhaps recently. In fact, it is fair to say that many biblical scholars are still ignorant of them or at least hesitant to use them in studying the text of the Bible. 620 more words
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Earlier this summer, McMaster Divinity College hosted its annual Bingham Colloquium, this year with the theme of Linguistics and the Bible: Retrospect and Prospects… 470 more words
Saskatchewan’s Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) is refunding a $281.5 million surplus to employers.
WCB announced it has a surplus from 2015 at its annual general meeting in May. 392 more words
Never before have there been so many outlets and opportunities for political-minded young Americans to get involved. Below, I have compiled a brief list of five important youth-oriented political groups that I believe are invaluable resources for Millennials. 539 more words
When we teach our students to write argumentative ‘essays’, we often tell them to ‘take a stance’, ‘take a position’ or ‘be critical’. Perhaps, rhetorically we would lead a ‘pros vs cons’ brainstorming session, asking the students to list out the propositions on both sides, discuss or even debate on these propositions. 261 more words