Daily Archives: 12 Oct 2012
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Right here. By The Gregory Brothers. Enjoy.
I’ve read this for review in the Scandinavian Journal of the Old Testament (so no review will appear here, sorry) and wish simply to say – well done Mark Sneed! Scholars attempt to resolve the problem of the book of … Continue reading
Anthony LeDonne: Why I’m Glad He’s Joined Our Blogging Family and Why Blogging Really, Actually Matters
In spite of the hold-out poo-poo-ers who think blogging is something pointless, Anthony’s case in point is an excellent illustration as to why it does, in fact, matter rather a lot. His case could be multiplied a number of times. … Continue reading
A fine albeit brief essay at Keine Tricks-Nur Jesus titled Pornosucht: “Ich habe durch Pornos alles kaputt gemacht” is so very much worth reading because the subject is so very, very important. Here’s the first paragraph- “Ich habe durch Pornos … Continue reading
Isn’t it funny how we determine the norm for a people according to the first person of that place or group we meet? The first Aussie I met was Mike Bird. So, I naturally assumed that all Aussies were petite … Continue reading
If books on the theology of Paul were clothing stores, Rudolf Bultmann’s would be Dolce and Gabbana, Chris Tilling’s would be Neiman-Marcus, and NT Wright’s would be Goodwill (and yes, that last link is intentional). #Fact.
חֶֽסֶד־וֶאֱמֶ֥ת נִפְגָּ֑שׁוּ צֶ֖דֶק וְשָׁל֣וֹם נָשָֽׁקוּ׃
For new readers, and forgetful old ones- I’m happy to announce that Jodi Magness has agreed to join us on the Biblical Studies List for a colloquium (discussion) on her just published volume, The Archaeology of the Holy Land: From the … Continue reading
British academics are by a large margin the least satisfied in Europe – and the most likely to wish they had pursued other careers – according to a survey of more than 13,000 respondents from 12 countries. This is the … Continue reading