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 […]
Because you deserve a better video than the one I just did, and this is Christian Askeland‘s field. Aimed at non-scholarly audiences. Hurrah!
For those under a rock the last half day or so, Harvard Theological Review has apparently decided not to publish Karen King’s article on the Jesus’ Wife papyri, citing the […]
His latest collection of links about his fourteen day wonder is here, much of it focused on how the papyri might have been composed from bits of the Gospel of […]