Scott Henderson says humor in the remote classroom is tough to pull off for educators, "but it’s too early to give up" on it.
The event is organized and hosted by the Furman University chapter of the International Justice Mission and the Furman University Gospel Ensemble.
First of six weekly "Tolle, Lege" Q&A sessions will begin July 1.
The Furman University Research and Professional Growth committee has selected recipients of the Furman Standard Faculty Research Grants.
The Bible is the most translated book in the world, and that includes dozens of English translations over the centuries. So what does it mean when so many versions of the Bible are marketed as “faithful to the original” or “word for word” or “unbiased?” Furman religion professor Bryan Bibb will discuss the modern controversies related to English translations of the Bible when he speaks at the university’s High Noon fall lecture series Wednesday, Oct. 28 at noon at the Upcountry History Museum-Furman. His lecture, “Translating Controversy: Theology and Politics of the Bible in English,” is free and open to the public.