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A Godless Bible?

“I want to show people the distilled wisdom of humanity reflecting on its own humanity, and to show that that is every bit as beautiful and powerful as the religious texts are, and in many ways much better.”

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One woman’s year of living biblically

She started the project in response to the pressure on Christian women to live up to an ideal of biblical womanhood. This intrigued her because the bible includes both the “Proverbs 31 woman who rises before dawn each day to make breakfast, and Jael who drove a tent peg through her enemies’ [temple].”

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Dead Sea scrolls available online

According to the release, five Dead Sea Scrolls have been digitized so far, including the Great Isaiah Scroll, the Community Rule Scroll, the Commentary on Habakkuk Scroll, the Temple Scroll, and the War Scroll. Search queries using Google send users directly to the online versions.

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How do Anglicans read the Bible?

There have been numerous calls for the development of an Anglican Hermeneutic (biblical interpretive method), and not just between Anglican provinces in the West or in the Global South but by emergent church groups, evangelicals and theological progressives too. The Anglican Consultative Council is taking the first steps in beginning the conversation.

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