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Max Lee
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Christ follower; father; husband; New Testament professor; Chicagoan since 2003 but really a Californian at heart with west coast instincts; avid coffee consumer and reader
Christ follower; father; husband; New Testament professor; Chicagoan since 2003 but really a Californian at heart with west coast instincts; avid coffee consumer and reader

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Warning Sign to Greeks on the Temple Mount
It feels like a long time since my Turkey trip in March 2017 . I took about 6500 photos from my study tour through Turkey. A big shout-out to Dr. Mark Wilson  who was an amazing commentator for connecting the archaeology and landscape of the sites I visited...

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Will Start to Blog Again... I Think!
Illustration Credit: Gemma Correll ( public domain ) Well, the photo says it all. As the Spring 2017 semester comes to a close: When giving finals, I was the early bird (who schedules finals at 8am? especially Greek!) When grading finals, I was the night ow...

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Paul as Pastor
Last week, I was at the Evangelical Covenant Church's Midwinter 2017 Conference . With fear and trembling, I was asked to teach on the topic of leadership in the New Testament, and I ended up preparing a message entitled: "Paul as Pastor." It became a tough...

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Happy New Year this 2017!
Photo Credit ©2016 Fengshui Beginner Happy New Year! Goodbye to the year of the (fire) monkey, and hello to 2017, the year of the (fire) rooster! It's a Lee family clan tradition to begin the new year with prayer and to reflect not only on how we experience...

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Intertextuality Revisited: Retrospect on SBL-AAR 2016 and Prospect for SBL-AAR 2017
The panel review of the book Exploring Intertextuality  sponsored by the Intertextuality in the New Testament Section at SBL-AAR 2016 Wrote finals. Gave finals. Graded finals. Celebrated Christmas. Heading into the new year. Trying to write but failing mise...

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Christmas Blessings 2016
Photo of a painting I purchased from a Christian artist during my trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo entitled "Nativity" © May 2015 As I was reading Luke 1 during our family "7 Day Countdown to Christmas," I was just struck by the future tense verbs i...

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Happy Thanksgiving 2016!
Blessed Thanksgiving this year of 2016 Photo Credit by  @HWCDSB Ever since the Symposium on Science and Religion held at North Park last month, I have not been doing much blogging. But I have been active on twitter . I think, for the time being, given my in...

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Science and Religion (Part 2): More Papers from the 2016 Symposium on the Theological Reading of Scripture
Johnny Lin, Senior Lecturer & Director of Undergraduate Computing Education at Washington University (right) with respondent Linda Eastwood, Affiliate Faculty at McCormick Theological Seminary (left) with questions moderated by Jay Phelan, Senior Professor ...

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Science & Religion: Papers from the 2016 Symposium on the Theological Reading of Scripture at North Park (Part 1)
Gerald Cleaver, Prof. of Physics at Baylor University (right) with respondent Stephen Ray, Asst. Prof. of Physics at North Park (left) responding to questions moderated by Hauna Ondrey, Asst. Prof. of Church History (center) This past Thursday evening throu...

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2016 Lund Lectures: Were the Reformers Wrong? by Iain Provan (Day 2)
Dr. Iain Provan asking the question: Were the Reformers Wrong? for the 2016 Nils W. Lund Memorial Lectureship This morning we held Day 2 of the 2016 Nils W. Lund Memorial Lectureship with Dr. Iain Provan , the Marshall Sheppard Professor of Biblical Studies...
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