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Dr. Dvorak

Dr. Jim Dvorak is Assoc. Dean for Teaching and Learning at Oklahoma Christian University and Professor of Greek and New Testament in OC's College of Biblical Studies.

Mary Douglas . . . what a gem!

Here's a couple of videos of an interview of Mary Douglas about a year before she died. Show video playerLoading...

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From Bruce J. Malina, "Rhetorical Criticism and Social-Scientific Criticism: Why Won't Romanticism Leave Us Alone?" in Rhetoric, Scripture and Theology: Essays from the 1994 Pretoria Conference, edited by Stanley E. Porter and Thomas H. Olbricht, ...

Article on Imperative Mood (Directive Attitude) Published

My article, "'Evidence that Commands a Verdict': Determining the Semantics of Imperatives in the New Testament," was published today in Biblical and Ancient Greek Linguistics volume 7. Go check it out. My article on the semantics of the imperative...

Fall Break 2018

Last Wednesday, Oct. 17, Hagan and I set off to spend our few days of Fall Break on the family farm in Iowa. We left after his school day was over and drove into the evening, arriving at our destination at a little past 10 PM. Both Mom (a.k.a., Gr...

It's Hockey Time in Oklahoma!

Sure, the words "hockey" and "Oklahoma" are not often paired—but there is hockey in Oklahoma, and Hagan is very much into it! Last year Hagan played on a house league team at Arctic Edge arena in Edmond, OK, as part of the Youth Hockey Lea...