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Interesting Teaching Projects

Michael M. Homan, co-author of The Bible for Dummies and professor of Theology at Xavier University of Louisiana is involved in a couple of interesting teaching projects that I think are worth mentioning here.

The first one is BibleDudes. The stated purpose of this colorful and informative website is:

...to better educate people about the best selling, most influential, but often read, least understood book ever written: the Bible. We also wanted to convey our enthusiasm for the incredible and amazing academic discipline of biblical studies.

Note that some of the sections are still under construction, but what's available looks very nice. It's a very attractive presentation (cartoons and all!) with solid content.

The second project has to do with blogging. He runs his own teaching blog, and, besides, students of his course Theology 1120: Introduction to Biblical Studies participate in a blogging project under the motto Pedablogically Improving the World One Theology Student at a Time... Michael shares his teaching philosophy here. Very stimulating and highly recommended. Check it out if you can!


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