Daily Archives: 16 Sep 2016
A new essay in JSNT may be of interest to you: This study counts references to Satan in the NT, by any designation. First, all candidate texts are surveyed. These include occurrences of the words σατανᾶς and διάβολος (with and … Continue reading
The dogmatically illiterate are invincibly ignorant.
None of the characteristics attributed to Jesus in this moronic meme have any counterpart in first century Palestine. Not one. He wasn’t homeless. He had both a home and a family. He wasn’t a Palestinian because there were no Palestinians … Continue reading
*Sigh*. We’re just undone when cow privacy is a concern…
The willingly conned. In a roughly 30-minute Donald Trump event billed as a press conference on birtherism, Trump spoke to the subject for merely 36 seconds. And all 36 seconds were a lie. Campaign surrogates, all veterans, used the first 29 … Continue reading
Veteran Atlanta Falcons linebacker Tim Millikan has lived the dream of having a full, prosperous NFL career, and is now looking toward what’s next as he approaches his retirement at the end of this season. Sitting down with various local … Continue reading
From a Presbyterian song book… Via a secret source who has visited a Presbyterian Church Someone needs drop kicked. And Servetus-ized.
Originally posted on Larry Hurtado's Blog:
In the newly-published volume honouring Richard Bauckham, Philip Alexander attempts a critique of the view that the worship of Jesus reflected in NT writings means what “early high Christology” advocates contend: “‘The Agent…
The papyrology conference continues- with a look into the dealings and scandals associated with the ‘Jesus wife’ fragment published by Karen King and Harvard Theological Review. Photo via Nicola Denzey Lewis. Ariel Sabar and Liv Ingeborg Lied discuss the Gospel … Continue reading