The new History Channel show, the first episode of which I watched last night, is available for internet viewing here. I repeat, the show is just a fast review of […]
History Channel’s Bible Secrets Revealed is aiming for controversy, but truthfully most of what it should talk about is long familiar to those acquainted with bible scholarship. My goal is […]
Been a while since I posted a link. So, in honor of Halloween season, here’s one. Dorothy “I blog for dog toys” King gives an intro to excavated “vampires” here.
Courtesy of Logos5’s new Timeline feature, significant events around this quarter’s curriculum in Lifeway’s Explore the Bible series
Ready? Mark Goodacre. What?! We all know at some point Mark gets/got/ is getting (tenses are hard) a ride in the TARDIS. (See here, for example). I think he dropped […]
That’s the breaking story today. The gospel fragment has been accused of being a modern forgery, dependent on the one copy of the Coptic Gospel of Thomas available to us. Now […]
Including Peter Head addressing some of Karen King’s arguments for the authenticity of the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife papyri. McGrath the Roundup dog has this and a few more links here.
Mark also re-emphasizes the strength of Francis Watson’s argument against the papyri’s authenticity. It’s available here.
Or that’s my conclusion from James McGrath’s latest roundup about the controversial papyri. I have suggested we have a thumb wrestling contest between the gospel and fake crowds and settle this […]
The woman must have gotten around with all these stories…. McGrath links the web so the rest of us don’t have to, here. No Doctor Who refernce, but the day’s […]