Daily Archives: July 12, 2013

Nixon’s Shadow 5

My latest reading of David Greenberg’s Nixon’s Shadow: The History of an Image was about the New Left’s portrayal of Richard Nixon.  Essentially, the New Left regarded Nixon as a conspirator. In reading Greenberg, I could see some of the … Continue reading

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Luke the Maverick?

In The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture, Bart Ehrman argues that Luke-Acts does not believe that Jesus died to atone for people’s sins.  Jesus’ death in Luke-Acts is significant in another way, according to Ehrman.  Ehrman makes a variety of arguments … Continue reading

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