Old Testament Professor and blogger Claude Mariottini has written some nine blogs so far on the Prophet Amos and his visions. Excellent overview material for those reading and studying Amos, like all […]
Can be found here if you can bear reading the news and opinion surrounding this tragedy.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
Sigh. What are some scholars thinking? (Hat tip to Mark “The TARDIS makes everything read in English, drat it!” Goodacre)
This question can get technical very quickly, so I recommend easing into the subject this way: 1. Two articles, with pictures, from Tom Verenna 2. Move on to the brief […]
With neither the highest body count nor the longest series of murders to his credit, Jack the Ripper has nevertheless captured the world’s imagination in a singular way. The production […]
Yet more bible study modules for eSword : Bible commentary (1801-1803) from Methodist founder Thomas Coke And one topic file I particularly like, though a commentary version would be the bee’s knees: […]