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’

Originally posted on 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…

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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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