AJR is publishing papers from a forum on Epiphanius at this past year's SBL. This week, we featured Lewis Ayres, whose paper is entitled Why Do We Do This? : A Response to Recent Works on Epiphanius.
"Is there something fundamentally flawed or unhelpful about that intellectual judgment? By turning attention toward these other factors, are our authors actually seeking to problematize the style of intellectual history that does intrinsically judge who is the deeper, the more imaginative, the more coherent thinker?"
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