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Written 2005 -- This explores how early Christians dealt with living in an imperial environment. It focuses on the so-called First Letter of Peter.  174k v. 4 Apr 23, 2011, 8:57 AM Everett DePangher
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Written 2005 -- This fictional account hypothesizes what the events were like that surrounded the formation of the Bible and Jesus' resurrection.  114k v. 3 Jul 28, 2010, 9:23 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2006 -- Historians have had difficulty determining what methodology to employ when exploring historical events that might have a paranormal causation. This paper proposes a solution.  122k v. 3 Jul 29, 2010, 3:21 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2010 -- This proposal outlines a plan for how Humanists should engage in constructive dialogue with non-Humanists.  189k v. 3 Dec 18, 2010, 5:04 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2006 -- This is a detailed anecdotal account of the Protestant Christian homeschooling community. Through interviews, review of textbooks, and personal stories, this paper explores both the study of human origins within the community and its understanding of other theological groups.  209k v. 2 Jul 28, 2010, 10:18 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2004 -- The early Christians did not have an understanding of Biblical inerrancy as some do today. This is a brief argument for why people should return to this original view.  88k v. 3 Jul 28, 2010, 9:20 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2011 -- Jesus comes up in almost every corner of U.S. society. This is a draft proposal for how public school teachers should approach him.   531k v. 4 Apr 23, 2011, 8:58 AM Everett DePangher
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Written 2006 -- This is the fictional account of Justin, an individual who explores various theological views and ultimately embraces Agnosticism.  228k v. 3 Jul 29, 2010, 3:22 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2005 -- This examines two views (a more and less dualistic theology) of the role of humans in the world in light of Qur'anic revelation on the subject.  103k v. 3 Jul 28, 2010, 9:23 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2004 -- Most theological groups develop scripture as codified and authoritative texts within their communities. This paper explores how the seeds of scripture are planted by looking at the careers of two Americans who purportedly received divine revelation but whose writings did not become scripture: Ellen White (1827-1915) and David Koresh (1959-1993).  114k v. 2 Jul 28, 2010, 9:21 PM Everett DePangher
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Written 2006 -- Two early Christian texts, The Gospel of Thomas and the non-extant text known as Q, barely mention women specifically. This explores what we can learn about the authors' views of women.  181k v. 2 Jul 28, 2010, 9:24 PM Everett DePangher