Daily Archives: November 8, 2018

Biblical Theology of the New Testament — Zwinglius Redivivus

It’s one of the most important NT theology’s ever written (perhaps the most important since Bultmann’s) and it has no, after many years, appeared in translation so that a wider audience can benefit from its brilliance. Since its original publication … Continue reading

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The Latest Volume of the ‘Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception’ is Out — Zwinglius Redivivus

It’s certainly very much worth taking a look at. via The Latest Volume of the ‘Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception’ is Out — Zwinglius Redivivus

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Book Review: Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael: Volume Three

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Mekilta de-Rabbi Ishmael:  Volume Three, translated by Jacob Z. Lauterbach Unfortunately, when I first saw this book online I did not realize that there were three volumes to the work, and so this was…

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Billionaire Logic and the Death of JFK — Vridar

I am going to post in installments an interview that relates to the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Since reading the interview I have followed up some of the information and names mentioned and the more I learn the more … Continue reading

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Romans 2.13; ‘Doers of the Law will be Justified’

spoiledmilks Romans 2.13,“For it is not the hearers of the law who are righteous before God, but the doers of the law who will be justified.” In Romans 2.1-16, Paul’s flow of thought goes something like this: 2.1-5: Unrepentant Jews … Continue reading

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Nongbri on John 21 in P66

Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
Brent Nongbri has recently blogged about his newly-published article in which he explores the possibility that P.Bodmer 2 (P66) may give us a hint of an earlier copy of the Gospel of John…

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More on Rethinking the Textual Transmission of the Gospels

Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
In earlier postings, I’ve questioned the paradigm/model of an early “wild” period of textual transmission of the Gospels and a subsequent/later period of textual stability (here, here, and here). The model may seem intuitively…

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