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Daily Archives: September 1, 2015
I forgot something in my blog post yesterday about Robert Price’s The Da Vinci Fraud. On page 36, Price states: “Was something going on between Jesus and Mary Magdalene? You don’t have to read the Gospel of Philip to suspect … Continue reading
Originally posted on Reformedish:
One of the key interpretive puzzles in the book of Acts comes towards the end of chapter 15 with the famous decision of the Jerusalem Council on the inclusion of the Gentiles. Jesus’ commission to the…
Originally posted on Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception:
The keynote session of the 2015 Newman Research Centre for the Bible and its Reception conference (Dead Letters and Living Words) was given by Dr Lloyd Pietersen who presented a…
and Hebrew, and Aramaic, and Syriac, and German, and French, and… Budding biblical scholars are often daunted by the prospect of learning and maintaining at least four languages. Dr. Constantine Campbell concludes Keep Your Greek: Strategies for Busy People by…