Daily Archives: 16 Oct 2012
SOTS Winter 2013 Meeting Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge 2-4 January, 2013 under the presidency of Dr Eryl W. Davies Printable version of the SOTS programme The booking form for the SOTS Winter meeting Location and Directions to Fitzwilliam College The venue … Continue reading
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Proving again that no matter how much things change, they remain the same. Franciscan priest Father Sime Nimac disappeared after withdrawing the money he had made from selling a piece of Church land near Split without authorisation from the local … Continue reading
Hold The Presses! Angelina Jolie Is Finally Going Public With Her ‘Outrage’ at the Treatment of Malala!
Whew, what a relief. Now those of you who have been holding back on expressing your own outrage at the shooting of Malala by the perverted Taliban because there was no one in Hollywood to show you the way, no … Continue reading
This freshly published and just appearing Ugaritic grammar has arrived from the good folk at Hendrickson for review, along with a copy for me to give away to one lucky soul. Here are the contest rules: 1- In a few … Continue reading
He commences– If you want to see a good example of what be-devils any scholarly analysis of practically anything to do with Jesus and early Christianity, have a read of the postings of the Canadian TV self-promoter, Simcha Jacobovici here. Jacobovici … Continue reading
On 16 October Zwingli published his second letter to the good people of Eßlingen. In it he summarizes the Reformed viewpoint and urges them to lay hold of the truth and make it their own. They should abandon the papacy … Continue reading
The Guardian Too Joins the ‘C-List’ Simcha Disdains, and Denounces the ‘Jesus Wife’ Fragment as Fake
In a report titled ‘The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife: A very modern fake.’ Everything in the report is by now well known to those who have been following the story. But it does conclude with a little joke which examines … Continue reading