My son wrote an essay recently on the cultural antecedents to the French Revolution and declining belief in absolute monarchy. One of the elements discussed was the availability of Bible translations in languages other than Latin, reducing the role of priests as conduits of spiritual authority and raising questions about the parallel role of monarchs […]
We have some great Emerging Scholars Network Conversations in the coming months! October 27, 2021 at 5 pm ET. Power Women. “The dominant narrative we hear as professor mothers is that motherhood and academia are incompatible.” Two challenging vocations, each filled with complexities and daily ups and downs. Yet more and more women are answering the call to […]
When you get a scientist to write, expect experimentation. Next up: a monthly schedule
Rhinos and roaches and cats, o my!
We’re excited to announce a new benefit of ESN membership! ESN members will receive a special discount off a subscription to Seminary Now [link is not for the ESN discount, information for which went out by email for ESN Members] a new online streaming platform with video courses from leading professors and teachers—in short sessions […]