Biblical performance criticism is a methodology based on the assumption that much of the literature collected in the Bible represents oral performances that were at one time either told from memory or presented as prepared readings before audiences.1 The performance critic studies the biblical writings as oral performances with the aim to uncover certain conventions of orally performed texts—features often neglected when employing other biblical critical methodologies.[Read more…]
This past month (yes, it’s been that long) has been consumed by worries about the pandemic and hours spend indoors resisting the temptation to binge on Netflix. Yet there are still jobs being advertised around the world for those in biblical studies and theology. So take heart, friends, and look at the list below as a sign of hope and human resilience. Happy hunting.[Read more…]
Welcome to the first Academic Jobs of 2020! We look forward to bringing you another 25 posts with the best jobs in biblical studies and theology across the globe. Jobs currently available from Athens to Nova Scotia, Princeton to Virginia. Happy hunting![Read more…]
In this brief post I’m going to show you just one way that a biblical scholar might use Logos 7 to their advantage. The beauty of this program is its intuitiveness, and the fact that you can arrange your workflow nearly any way that you choose.
The example below is quite simple. I’ll demonstrate how I prefer to set up my workflow for my daily work of research and writing, so that you can simply and elegantly support your own workflow as a biblical scholar. [Read more…]
This week the academic job market for Biblical Studies and Theology was light, so we pulled a few adverts from the last few weeks that are still timely: [Read more…]