Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Ironic Legacy of Olaf Solheim

When people talk about the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, they tend to focus on the problems. And of those problems, the most common mentioned are drugs, poverty, mental health, HIV/AIDS, and gentrification. A lot of these problems, though, are rather … Continue reading

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Book Announcement

I haven’t actually even received the demonstration copies of this in the mail yet, but my book on Job’s reception history is apparently available to order from the publisher’s website. Go here for your reading pleasure. My book focuses in … Continue reading

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The Lesson

After dropping off my kids at school on Monday I go to a coffee shop a couple blocks north of our house to finish the next day’s lesson plan for a Hebrew class I’m teaching. I have an idea to … Continue reading

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