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I gave this presentation in June 2022 in London at the  Tyndale House Old Testament Study Group Conference. For more detail on this presentation, visit the Behavioral Economic REading of Ruth blog page.  For more description and information about Scholarly Wanderlust by Dr. Erica Mongé-Greer, please visit ScholarlyWanderlust.com. 
Octavia Butler's novel, Kindred, comes in two forms: a written novel and a Graphic Novel version. Both deal with themes of marginalization, gender equity, and racial tensions. Each version highlights different aspects. Read more at ScholarlyWanderlust.com.
Read more and find links by visiting the blog, entitled The Left Hand of Darkness, Right Hand of Light. Find more blogs and information about this podcast at www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
This brief reflection reads from a blog post reflecting on Religion in Science Fiction. Read the full blogpost, including affiliate links on www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com. The post is entitled A Science Fiction Quest for Faith in Contact.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
Dr. Erica Mongé-Greer interviews Rev. Dr. Helen Paynter, Director for the Centre for the Study of Bible and Violence Bristol, about her research that seeks an understanding of violence in the Bible. Read more and find links to the resources Helen talks about at Seeking Understanding of Violence in the Bible.Find out more about what I'm reading, watching, and researching by going to www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com.
This brief reflection reads from a blog post reflecting on The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. Read the full blogpost, including affiliate links on www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com. The post is entitled Displacing Dryads: Colonial Resistance in a Fantasy Realm.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
This brief reflection reads from a blog post reflecting on The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. Read the full blogpost, including affiliate links on www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com. The post is entitled The Magician, The Witch, and the Fall of Humankind.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
This brief reflection reads from a blog post reflecting on The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. Read the full blogpost, including affiliate links on www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com. The post is entitled Lady of the Underworld, an Evil Queen in Narnia.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
This brief reflection reads from a blog post reflecting on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C. S. Lewis. Read the full blogpost, including affiliate links on www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com. The post is entitled Religion in Narnia—Tashlan, the God We Create.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
This brief reflection reads from a blog post reflecting on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C. S. Lewis. Read the full blogpost, including affiliate links on www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com. The post is entitled Reading the Right Books in Narnia.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
A blogcast based on the post The Historian—Elizabeth Kostova's Novel of Dracula's Futures. Find more to read and listen at ScholarlyWanderlust.com.
This is a blogcast based on the post entitled Interfaith Discussion of Abraham and His Family. Find more blogs at www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
This brief reflection reads from a blog post commenting on a presentation about Psalm 1. Read the full blogpost, including affiliate links on www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com. The post is entitled The Torah-Person & Trees in Psalm 1.A blogcast is like a podcast, but shorter, and directly linked to a blog. 
Dr. Erica Mongé-Greer interviews Jeremy Meeks (Ph. D. Cand.) about his dissertation topic on the Theological Ethics of Sex Bots. Why should Christians think about sexbots? Jeremy says its because the issue reflects human interaction with technology and is an important part of the world's future.
Science Fiction literature continues to press the matter of humanity's ability (and desire) to procreate in the future. Read alongside the Hebrew Bible book of Genesis, it seems that the desire to procreate is intrinsic to ancient Scripture. In this presentation, I read Genesis alongside a 19th Century sci-fi novel, Frankenstein, and a 21st Century sci-fi tv series, Battlestar Galactica. Read more a summary of this podcast in Anxiety about Reproduction in the Bible and Sci-Fi.Find out more about what I'm reading, watching, and researching by going to www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com.
Dr. Michael Wingert (Agora University) is my guest on this episode of Scholarly Wanderlust Podcast. We will speak about Christian traditions in the East and the West and Eastern Christianity in the West in terms of patriotism in church services. Also, hear Mike sing a little of "O, Canada" as we try to include our neighbors in the discussion. This podcast was born of a social media discussion prompt: "We sang "America, the Beautiful" in church on Sunday Morning. Is that a prayer? Or a Prophecy?". It sparked a lot of discussion on the page and a 50-minute conversation on this podcast. Read more about A Prayer for America the Beautiful.Find out more about what I'm reading, watching, and researching by going to www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com.
A Psalter for the Poor

A Psalter for the Poor

2021-05-3123:33

I have received a ton of requests for a description of the work I have been doing for my Ph.D. dissertation over the past five years. This podcast consists of a presentation that I gave a few years back at a national conference, in a session focused on scholarship around biblical ethics. The research included here was edited into two chapters of my dissertation, and will be again edited when I complete the manuscript for a book publication based on my dissertation research. I am happy for the opportunity to share my research with others, and I am very eager to take questions and comments regarding my research and implicit conclusions. Thank you for listening. Read more about Psalm 82 and the Psalter for the Poor.Find out more about what I'm reading, watching, and researching by going to www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com.
In 2020, I launched my blog, www.scholarlywanderlust.com, starting with a 9-part series covering an assortment of interesting observations about the Twelve Monkeys Syfy series streaming on Hulu. This podcast introduces myself, my blog, my interests, and a summary of my reflections on the Twelve Monkeys Series, and [SPOILER ALERT] I am a huge fan. Read more about Religion in 12-Monkeys.Find out more about what I'm reading, watching, and researching by going to www.ScholarlyWanderlust.com.
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