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Tag Archives: Robert Cargill
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This afternoon Bob Cargill and Simcha Jacobovici were in the same session on the media and archaeology and by all accounts Cargill had the better presentation (naturally, since he is an actual academic and Jacobovici is a film-maker/journalist) and the … Continue reading
From the twitter- And as nice as I am to them… Friends… you can’t live with ’em (cause they’re too far away) and ya can’t kill ’em (because that would be unethical… I think… maybe…). But the real question here … Continue reading
If biblioblogs had movie titles… the titles of the blogs authored by the people below would be- Joel Watts: The Expendables. Mark Goodacre: The Godfather. Near Emmaus: 12 Angry Men. James McGrath: Fight Club. Chris Tilling: Forest Gump. Aren Maier: … Continue reading
Bob Cargill posted this photo on the Azekah expedition page and claims that Israel approves of his tie-dye shirt. But you can clearly see from Israel’s expression that he’s under duress. I suspect that Cargill has a knife or some … Continue reading
Azekah-ites, I beg you- run over to Robert Cargill’s hut and take down his wash and BURN IT! Do civilization a favor, just toss those tie dyes in a pile and send them up in smoke to God. It may … Continue reading
Via Bob Cargill, filmmaker.
Robert and I don’t see eye to eye on the gay marriage question. I think that’s plain and clear to anyone and everyone who reads our blogs (and let’s face it, that’s everyone who is anyone). In spite of our … Continue reading
Include one Dr Cargill wearing a shirt he made in art class in 1978 and the gang eating what looks to be some right good food-
Dot King writes Jim Davila, a highly respected professor at the leading Scottish university, has blogged about a rather stupid claim of “slander” made against Mark Goodacre, Jim West and Robert Cargill by Nicole Austin, Associate Producer on The Resurrection … Continue reading
That’s 10:40 Eastern time, 9:40 Central. If you live in another time zone you’ll just have to figure it out for yourself. He’s scheduled to appear for a 3-4 minute interview on CNN’s NEWSROOM WITH CAROL COSTELLO to discuss the documentary, “The … Continue reading
In a fun exchange on facebook Tabor tells Cargill that he needs to take a break from writing and spend time with his family watching tv. It’s easy to understand why Tabor would feel that way – every time Cargill … Continue reading
Cargill and Goodacre appeared on Nightline last night discussing the so called ‘Jonah Ossuary’- Robert Cargill, an assistant professor of classics and religious studies at the University of Iowa, told “Nightline” that the original image of the engraving that Tabor … Continue reading
Robert Cargill writes, in responding to Mark Goodacre’s comparison of Tabor’s claims and Charlesworth’s claims re: the ‘Fishy Ossuary’- The questions I have are as follows: Who shouted? Who sight-read the inscription? How did Dr. Charlesworth interpret the inscription? How … Continue reading
Or, more simply, Bob’s post has found a home on the ASOR blog. So you can read it there as well. I find his theory quite interesting.
And along those lines they’ve set up a Facebook page- check it out here. Contact Dr. Robert Cargill at email@example.com for more information about digging at Tel Azekah with Tel Aviv University this summer.
Are home, in Iowa. the last 4 weeks have been a time of monumental transition and emotion for me and for my family. in the past month, we packed all that we own into storage containers, moved out of our … Continue reading
From the proud dad! Roslyn and I are proud to announce the birth of our son, MacLaren Grey Cargill, born Aug. 7, 2011 at 10:05 PM. He weighed 7 lbs. 12 oz. and was 20.5 in. long. Roslyn delivered after … Continue reading
And he does it in good Cargill-ian style. Don’t miss a word of it.
In the 1930’s the German Christians were sweeping across the landscape and many proper theologians and churchmen were standing silently by, waiting for someone somewhere to act. So Karl Barth did, composing the astonishingly meaningful (even today) Theological Declaration of … Continue reading