Monday, September 06, 2010

Robert Cargill's Article on Professional Conduct in the Academy - It's Absolute Hypocrisy

http://robertcargill.com/2010/09/03/dr-ed-wright-responds-to-my-peer-review-article-on-bible-and-interpretation-a-word-on-professional-conduct-in-the-academy/

I find it hard to believe anyone would write this kind of naive, sentimental rubbish.  Cargill is suffering from delusions.  The Academy is red in tooth and claw.  The worst, like Schiffman, jealously guard their reputation, at the expense of others. Better to have it all out there, in the public domain!

Cargill works on the principle "I'll scratch your back if you'll scratch mine", and more than likely the mutual groomers will have a Catholic christian background.  The Secretary of the Albright Institute, of which Edward Wright is the President, is none other than William M. Schniedewind,  Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, UCLA, under whom Cargill completed his supposed doctorate.

And of course, Cargill has not hesitated in his holier than thou condemnation of Raphael Golb.  Cargill is like the Pharisee, who supposedly said: ‘I thank you God that I am not grasping, unjust, adulterous like the rest of mankind, and especially that I am not like this tax-collector here’.