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Bible Translation Differences – Book Review: One Bible, Many Versions by David Brunn

https://robertblincoe.blog/book-review/one-bible-many-versions/ Check out this excellent review on Robert Blincoe's wonderful blog (we suggest you sign up for his regular posts!). I ordered this book when it first came…

When Bible Training Falls Flat

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Book Review: Creating a World without Poverty by Muhammad Yunus

While this Book Review is from a 2007 book. Still, the ideas in the book are worth learning from. It revolves around micro-loans to the poor. Grameen Bank was involved in the process. One of the ideas they learned in…

Special “Flashback” Post: Richard Twiss recording – Native American reflections

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Book Notes: Clifford Geertz, After the Fact: Two Countries, Four Decades, One Anthropologist

Reading Clifford Geertz's autobiographical reflections on four decades as an anthropologist, I was struck that in many ways his quandaries parallel those of the cross-cultural worker seeking to represent Christ. This…

“Fractal” Relations between “Religions”

“Fractal” Relations between “Religions” “… Religions are neither all the same nor incommensurably different. Rather, they resemble each other precisely in their internal diversity” (pg. 339). The concept of fractal…

Missionaries and Anthropology

The engagement between anthropology and mission has often been tense, with failings on both sides. This excellent historical outline by Edwin Zehner provides helpful insight and brings discussion up to the current……