In Greek, no less! (Swanson’s New Testament Greek Manuscripts, Luke)
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 […]
…almost make up for some of the awful traditional verse divisions. Done in a moving coach, indeed.
Not terribly well-known in modern evangelical circles, the belief that Christ after His death went to the land of the dead and freed the righteous dead and/or announced His victory over […]
After a discussion of my latest Logos download ( Apocryphal Gospels: Texts & Translations from Rick Brannan) with a deacon this morning, I decided it would be smart to add […]
Do you know why we call an important day a “red-letter day”? Sorry secularists, it’s all tied up in Christianity. Ancient Christian calendars marked out high holy days in red […]
The hugely popular PC bible software has been coded for the Ipad and has gone on sale for a nominal fee (4.99 US) in the Itunes store as eSword HD. The […]
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 […]
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.