Tag Archives: Maurice Casey
Today is the anniversary of Maurice Casey’s birth. Maurice Casey was one of the best known scholars of the New Testament presently (or more properly, recently) working in the United Kingdom. He was a tireless researcher who devoted his life … Continue reading
Dom Mattos handed off a copy of this forthcoming volume (it should be out early in the New Year) to me at SBL and I’ve been (re) reading it (having seen it in an earlier incarnation thanks to its author). … Continue reading
Maurice Casey is celebrating his birth date today. So, to Maurice- Happy Birthday! Have many more in good health!! (And watch for Maurice’s forthcoming book on the oh-so-tragically-ignorant mythicists). If you’d like to know more about Maurice, get hold of … Continue reading
ISD have sent along for review this delightful volume: Judaism, Jewish Identities and the Gospel Tradition: Essays in Honour of Maurice Casey, edited by James Crossley. Judaism, Jewish Identities and the Gospel Tradition is a collection of essays focused on … Continue reading
Maurice Casey’s book is slated to appear in the early days of 2014. Here’s the info (or as the kids say, the 411) – Did Jesus exist? In recent years there has been a massive upsurge in public discussion of … Continue reading
Over at Bible and Interpretation Tom writes In his critique of my response to Bart Ehrman’s Did Jesus Exist? Maurice Casey alleges as the foremost mark of what he sees as my incompetence that I, at odds with all critical scholarship, presuppose … Continue reading
There’s no web page set up for it yet- the cover comes courtesy of Steph Fisher. This is one to read. I know, I’ve read it.