What could be more exciting????
Archaeology and History of Eighth-Century Judah (Ancient Near East Monographs),Edited by Zev I. Farber and Jacob L. Wright, Pages 610 Free Download. Description: Essays from scholars of the ancient Near East and the Hebrew Bible honor Oded Borowski’s pioneering work in the archaeology and history of ancient Israel and Judah. Designed for students, contributors approach […]
Art by Peter Bruegel the Elder-
Behold, Papyrus TillingWrightensis! It’s a privilege to unveil this to the world. Uncovered just this week, feast your eyes on 21st century Mark. It’s just as important as other recently discoverd trinkets like P137 and the King’s Head thingy….
“Turns out that Jordan Peterson fans and NT Wright fans aren’t that much different from each other. Shocking, I say!” – Esteban Julio Vázquez That’s because they’re the same people.
Jacob did a great job with his paper and having lunch with Brandon and Wendy and the kids was a delight. Now it’s afternoon session time.
For no one has ever said so little and used so many words to do it.
Honestly, friends, spare yourselves the misery of all this rubbish and get a Revised English Bible.
Originally posted on Septuaginta &c.:
Today I have another opportunity to feature an interview with a well-established Septuagint scholar. If you don’t already know, this is part of a larger running series of interviews that can be found here. This interview is with Dr. Benjamin G. Wright, who is University Distinguished Professor at Lehigh University in…
At Perkins School of Theology (Methodists…. in Texas….) Well at least the Woman’s lecture is free……..
Give this a listen (after all the popups are dismissed). Chrisoph is a good scholar. And a very nice person. This is an interview episode with emerging biblical scholar, Christoph Heilig. We spend much of our time discussing a new volume, which engages the work of NT Wright, called God and the Faithfulness of Paul. Seriously, […]
If you want a quick-but-tedious way to separate some of the shallower evanjellyfish from the more theologically-serious evangelicals in your circle of friends, here’s a simple method: call N.T. Wright a heretic. It’s quick because the blowback you will surely experience can be timed in microseconds. It’s tedious because you will be subjected to a […]