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On Teaching – Religion and Technological Entrepreneurship

Edward J. Blum, Associate Professor of History at San Diego State University Since I teach classes in American Studies and American Religious History, I often combine topics and themes from both. One of the connective tissues is the role of technologies and technological innovations. There is opposition to them, uses of them, and deployments of them as well. There is a … Continue reading

On Teaching – My Summer with Jesus

Phillip Luke Sinitiere, Associate Professor of History at the College of Biblical Studies I spent the summer of 2012 with Jesus.  And he even let me snap a photo with my iPhone. Jesus showed up to my class, with long, flowing brown hair, white robe and maroon sash.  He smiled lovingly, with arms outstretched as if … Continue reading

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