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An Exquisite Awareness of Doubt
January 1, 2013... In a letter to a colleague with whom he was having a serious philosophical disagreement, William James reflected on how wondrous it is that the universe is full of such rich diversity that it could nourish opinions as divergent as theirs. (1) This is the kind of epistemological humility that T....
A Coptic Fragment from the History of Joseph the Carpenter in the Collection of Duke University Library
January 1, 2013... The History of Joseph the Carpenter (BHO 532-533; CANT 60; clavis coptica 0037) (1) is readily accessible in many collections of New Testament Apocrypha. (2) The text is fully preserved in Arabic and Bohairic, which was the regional dialect of Lower Egypt, and fragmentarily in Sahidic (i.e.,...
Reinscribing the Jews: The Story of Aristides' Apology 2.2-4 and 14.1b-15.2
January 1, 2013... In his Apology, Aristides paints a picture of Judaism that commentators have summarily praised as "surprising," manifesting a "Jewish-friendly spirit," "very favorable," bearing "no trace of ill-feeling to the Jews," "rather mild," and lacking "every severity of tone, every anti-Jewish...
Religion, Reconciliation, and Modern Society: The Shifting Conclusions of Hegel's Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion
January 1, 2013... G. W. F. Hegel's greatest contributions regarding religion and politics stem from his abiding concern with social cohesion. While Hegel was interested in now classic questions regarding the role of religion in government, the focal point of his engagement with religion and politics lay in his...
Augustan Rome and the Body of Christ: A Comparison of the Social Vision of the Res Gestae and Paul's Letter to the Romans
January 1, 2013... A surprising omission in New Testament studies of the imperial world is a comparison of Augustus's conception of rule in the Res Gestae (RG) with Paul's eschatological gospel of grace in his letter to the Romans. Even though each document has been foundational in the history of Western...