The Ancient Jew Review

Summary: The Ancient Jew Review (AJR) is a web journal founded in 2014 devoted to the study of the ancient Judaism. In this respect, AJR incorporates scholarship from a wide range of fields, including Hellenistic, Roman, Sasanian, and Persian history, Biblical Studies, ancient Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism, and the Second Temple period. AJR showcases and curates…

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So You’re Deconstructing

Summary: You are not alone! Most people who find themselves in a crisis of faith start by asking good (but tough) questions. These questions can make people around them uneasy and are often met with only one “acceptable” answer. Often, what comes next is a difficult experience of insecurity as we doubt our commitments to…

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The Center for Open and Relational Theology

Summary: “Open and Relational Theology” is an umbrella label under which a variety of theologies and believers reside. This variety shares at least two ideas in common: God experiences time moment by moment (open) God, us, and creation relate, so that everyone gives and receives (relational) Most open and relational thinkers also affirm additional ideas,…

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