Daily Archives: June 27, 2012

Michele Bachmann’s Core of Conviction 4

In my latest reading of Michele Bachmann’s Core of Conviction: My Story, I enjoyed reading about Bachmann’s family and how Bachmann has shopped at thrift stories (and she thinks that the government should be more thrifty in its spending—-which I … Continue reading

Posted in Candidates, Politics, Psychology

Brad Young on Markan Priority

In my latest reading of Jesus and His Jewish Parables: Rediscovering the Roots of Jesus’ Teaching, Brad Young critiques the scholarly notion of Markan priority, which states that the Gospel of Mark came first, and Matthew and Luke then elaborated … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Religion