2 thoughts on “Nov 2011 Expository Times

  1. Thanks for the notification. I assign Barclay’s original ExpTim article in my hermeneutics course, and it will now be useful to have a response to his statistics. Not to be overly sensitive to explicit language, but I was quite surprised to see both “bullsh*t” and “bullsh*tometer” used in the Gorringe piece. Perhaps they were meant as puns, since manure was the subject matter (in part). Still, they caught me by surprise considering the assumed readership of the journal. Anyway, thanks again for always pointing out when ExpTim releases a new issue; I really enjoy readying it.

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