Publishers Weekly. Nov 11, 2019, Vol. 266 Issue 45, p1, 4 p.
Market trend/market analysis, Biblical scholars -- Forecasts and trends, Bible and literature -- Forecasts and trends, Bible as literature -- Forecasts and trends, Biblical hermeneutics -- Forecasts and trends, and Women scholars -- Forecasts and trends
According to Ecclesiastes, there is nothing new under the sun, but when biblical scholars convene at the 2019 American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature conference, which runs November 23-26 [...]
International Review of Mission. June 2019, Vol. 108 Issue 1, p25, 13 p.
World Council of Churches, Disabled persons -- Appointments, resignations and dismissals, Bible and literature, and Bible as literature
In the past, people with disabilities have been marked as recipients of mission and ministry. In recent decades, there has been a shift to serving in ministry with people with [...] By looking closely at the biblical narrative of the man born blind (John 9:1-41), this article raises how Jesus enables and promotes the participation and, even more so, the leadership of people with disabilities in God's transformative mission in the church and the world. Through examining each scene in the story through a disability lens, this article aims to challenge the church on how it views leaders with disabilities in God's mission, making space for our voices and our witness as disciples of Christ. Keywords Disability, discipleship, voice, advocacy, leadership