This collection of essays describes the pursuit of biblical scholarship in the twenty-first century and explores the implications of modern and postmodern approaches, collaborative and emancipative models of graduate and undergraduate education, and public and political uses of the Bible. Special attention is given to the role of the Society of Biblical Literature. Essays by nine SBL presidents appear in the collection, which honors SBL Executive Director Emeritus Kent Harold Richards. The contributors are Paul J. Achtemeier, Frank Ritchel Ames, Pablo R. AndiApach, Harold W. Attridge, Athalya Brenner, David J. A. Clines, John J. Collins, Tamara Cohn Eskenazi, J. Cheryl Exum, Erhard S. Gerstenberger, Norman C. Habel, Douglas A. Knight, Elizabeth Struthers Malbon, James Luther Mays, Charles William Miller, Gail R. O'Day, David L. Petersen, Elisabeth SchA¼ssler Fiorenza, Gene M. Tucker, and Vincent L. Wimbush.Essays in Honor of Kent Harold Richards Frank Ritchel Ames, Charles William Miller ... Emphasis on student-centered learning rather than teacher- oriented teaching 2. Knowledge versus skills 3. Recognition of the variety of learning styles 4.
|Title||:||Foster Biblical Scholarship|
|Author||:||Frank Ritchel Ames, Charles William Miller|
|Publisher||:||Society of Biblical Lit - 2010|