Jan Masschelein (ed.), “De lichtheid van het opvoeden”

More and more the field of education is flooded by instrumental approaches: a lot of talk on how to educate, but not on what to educate and by whom. Masschelein wants to challenge readers to understand the need for an inner drive for teaching and the importance about thinking about content. For this fresh and [...]

Jan Krans, “Beyond What Is Written” (unpublished)

For a seminar in Historical Theology we had to choose a scholarly book. I choose to look at Jan Krans’ PhD dissertation on the different approaches Beza and Erasmus, two contemporaries, had towards conjectures in the New Testament; alternative readings of the Greek text that have no backing in original manuscripts, but that make more [...]

%d bloggers like this: