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  • Lopez Medel, I. (2021, December). RRPP y publicadad [Podcast interview]. Integrados UNLaM (YouTube channel), National University of La Matanza, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

    Lopez Medel, I. (2021, January). [Committee member]. Scientific committee of the International Academic Journal, International Review of Communication and Marketing Mix (IROCAMM). University of Seville, Spain.

  • Oropeza, B. J. (2021, November). Defining and detecting an ancient author's intertextual techniques: A response [Paper presentation]. 2021 Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

  • Huang, L. K. (2021, September). A taste of creation: 20/20 in the anthropocene [Session featured speaker]. The Gathering Conference, San Diego, California.

    Huang, L. K. (2021, November). What is science and its relationship to our Christian faith? [Keynote address]. International Council for Higher Education Annual Conference (virtual). November 5, 2021.

  • Vitz, R. (2021, November). Eastern orthodox philosophical thought. Oxford Bibliographies.

  • Mann, S. (2021, October). Ask and you shall intercede: The power of a prayerful imagination. In P. G. Camp & E. A. Philips (Eds)., Speaking with God: Probing Old Testament prayers for contemporary significance (pp 154-171). Pickwick Publications.

  • Hanson, J., Niqab, M., & Bangert, A. (2021, December). Determining factors of organizational learning capabilities: In the context of educational institutes of third world country Pakistan. Journal of Education and Educational Development (JOEED), 8(2), 270-295.

  • Floyd, M., Jacob, A., & Tauati, A. (2021, December). Field instructors’ perceived benefits of and barriers to student-led field research projects. Field Educator, 11(2), 1-17.

  • Floyd, M., Jacob, A., & Tauati, A. (2021, December). Field instructors’ perceived benefits of and barriers to student-led field research projects. Field Educator, 11(2), 1-17.

  • Oropeza, B. J. (2021, October). Audience competency in Romans and Paul's flexible use of scripture. Religions, 12(11), 916.

    Lee, M., & Oropeza, B. J. (Eds.). (2021, November). Practicing intertextuality: Ancient Jewish and Greco-Roman exegetical techniques. Cascade Books.

    Oropeza, B. J. (2021, November). Quotations, allusions, and echoes: Their meaning in relation to biblical interpretation. In M. Lee & B. J. Oropeza (Eds.)., Practicing intertextuality: Ancient Jewish and Greco-Roman exegetical techniques (pp. 17-26). Cascade Books.

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