Martin Luther King and the History of Religious Extremism https://t.co/Z1yyrs1Jmx Thomas Kidd at the Anxious Bench blog
Who do clergy turn to when they need emotional & spiritual support? @RoRcast https://t.co/fgm2maIoWw
New Thought https://t.co/99egTlh7EE Philip Jenkins at the Anxious Bench blog
Read an Excerpt From Rodney Stark's "Bearing False Witness" @Patheos book club https://t.co/QgxzGFJ09I
Works launched to restore Jesus' tomb in Jerusalem https://t.co/WIqWQGLKyQ @AP
Baylor ISR - Rodney Stark- End of Religion? (May 5, 2015) https://t.co/gJrf1ouH5r
How giving help to others can help young people deal with their own addiction. | @LSEUSAblog - Byron Johnson https://t.co/9N3V0UqaP8
Back to Hiroshima: Why Dropping the Bomb Saved Ten Million Lives – ABC Religion & Ethics - Philip jenkins https://t.co/FlspxIEWMa
rt @GrevelLindop "Possibly the best Charles Williams review I've had yet! Thank you, Philip Jenkins!" https://t.co/IozGuH4bd7
Philip Jenkins lecture on Armenian Genocide https://t.co/WGq8KJL1Or

Fish, Jeffrey

ISR Associate Director of Manuscript Research Collegium
Faculty Fellow, Ancient Biblical Texts
Baylor University
Email Jeffrey Fish

Dr. Fish’s main specialties are papyrology, Epicureanism, and ancient Homeric criticism. He is currently editing “On the Good King According to Homer,” a papyrus on kingship written by the philosopher Philodemus. Dr. Fish received a grant for the 2001-2 school year from the National Endowment for the Humanities which he used to research Philodemus and the Herculaneum papyrus finds. He teaches Latin and Greek as well as the University Scholar Great Texts courses. Dr. Fish plays classical guitar and enjoys Celtic music.

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