What Shall We Do with a Drunken Sailor? Early in the Morning.

Noah catches a lot of flak. We all know the story. Noah grows grapes, makes wine, drinks wine, uncovers himself, and then his son Ham comes into his tent and sees him. Noah later wakes up and realizes what Ham has done, and so he curses Ham son, Canaan—prophesying that Canaan will be a slave to his brothers. What did he do wrong? It seems that most Christians forget the last half of the story, where Ham saw his father and Noah cursed Canaan, and instead focus on the "sin" of Noah. Interestingly enough, the text does not tell us that Noah sinned and the drunken sailor story itself was only given so that the reader could better understand the purpose of the curse. No where does Moses (the auth

Academic Posters

Check out my new "Academic Posters" Section on the website! Yes, that is a link. What is an Academic Poster? According to NYU, "Posters are widely used in the academic community, and most conferences include poster presentations in their program. Research posters summarize information or research concisely and attractively to help publicize it and generate discussion" (NYU poster information; http://guides.nyu.edu/posters). That's what you will find in the new section on this website titled "Academic Posters." To date, only two posters are in this section, but only one of them is published. The published poster (Rock-cut Chambers on Mt. Raitano, Sicily) was presented at the annual conferen

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