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James Crossley: Handbag and Luggage Designer

If you thought James was busy with academic endeavors, you’re mistaken.  He’s actually quite busy with his new line of designer handbags and luggage. Indeed, one of my trusty and trusted contacts was in San Francisco yesterday and took this … Continue reading

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Mike Bird v. James Crossley: The Smackdown

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The Problem of Jesus’ Jewishness, for Scholars that Is

James Crossley has written a nice piece on the Jewishness of Jesus that’s what we call ‘must reading’ down here in the South. It is well known that ‘Jesus the Jew’ is now a scholarly cliché, or as we often … Continue reading

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The Bible and Critical Theory, Vol 7, No 2 (2011) is Out

You can read the various essays and reviews here.  It includes a piece by James Crossley– In a recent book I argued that the contemporary scholarly rhetoric of a ‘Jewish Jesus’ who consist-ently transcends the Judaism(s) constructed by scholarship is, … Continue reading

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More on Widening the Definition of NT Studies (via Sheffield Biblical Studies)

James addresses the issue again. Nice job it is too. I want, in part, to respond to Larry Hurtado’s latest discussion of the whole language debate, partly because he interacts with my earlier post and partly to develop ideas about … Continue reading

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Tom’s Right, But Even More, Real Academics Don’t Peddle Fraud!

As Elkington and his ‘lead codices’ consortium is attempting to do. According to Elkington (bold and italicized), who we all know is the erudite, scholarly fellow (/sarcasm): Regarding the omission of academic postings on this site, it was set up … Continue reading

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Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism

A new book by James Crossley has just been announced.  Jesus in an Age of Neoliberalism … looks at the ideological trends underpinning scholarly and popular quests for the historical Jesus. The book focuses particularly on the context and influence … Continue reading

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