Daily Archives: 12 Nov 2018

Solomon’s Temple

With thanks to James McGrath for mentioning it-

Posted in Archaeology, Biblical Studies Resources

The Bible isn’t Your Private Buffet

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Newman University Alum!

Richard Goode writes We are currently going through the re-validation process (which happens every 5 or so years) and it has given me the chance to reflect over the degree during and before my time. Although obviously not perfect, it … Continue reading

Posted in Modern Culture

If You Haven’t Checked out Bible and Interpretation in a While…

Give it a look.  It’s got a new host at a new site and it’s a re-developed page.  Enjoy! And check it daily.

Posted in Bible and Interpretation, Biblical Studies Resources

Righteous Gentiles: Religion, Identity, and Myth in John Hagee’s Christians United for Israel

In Righteous Gentiles: Religion, Identity, and Myth in John Hagee’s Christians United for Israel, Sean Durbin offers a critical analysis of America’s largest Pro-Israel organization, Christians United for Israel, along with its critics and collaborators. Although many observers focus Christian … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Books

Frank Cross on Unprovenanced Artifacts

“I am indeed to be included among those who think that artifacts, particularly those bearing inscriptions, should be published whether dug up in scientifically controlled excavations or dug up by plundering antiquities dealers, collectors or their minions. Inscribed artifacts have … Continue reading

Posted in Archaeology, pseudo-archaeology