Slang, Black Culture, and the PhD (or why NT scholars read stuff that has nothing to do with the New Testament)

  A little thought experiment might help ¬†explain how I understand the work of New Testament scholarship. Say ¬†you come across a note written by a young Esau McCaulley from around the year AD 2000. On it you find the following words: Maine, I am trying to tell you, your boy got miked during the … Continue reading Slang, Black Culture, and the PhD (or why NT scholars read stuff that has nothing to do with the New Testament)