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Some cool stuff around the biblioblogosphere this week!

A new non-canonical gospel fragment has been found, P. Oxy 5072, see post by Peter Head on it.

This week I got give a NA28 as a farewell present and Chris Keith points to one of the changes made where, in Jude 5, it is “Jesus” rather than the “Lord” who saved the people from Egypt.

James “Lady Gaga” McGrath finally gets around to reviewing the Doctor Who audio book The Council of Nicea.

Peter Enns shows us that good old St. Nicholas was a bit a beast.

Brad Littlejohn has a good piece about the aftermath of the women bishops fiasco in the UK.

Jim West announces that William Baird’s final third volume in the history of NT research is coming out! Its’ on my Xmas list.

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A Reforming Catholic Confession
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A Reforming Catholic Confession
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  • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/exploringourmatrix/ James F. McGrath

    Thanks for the link, and for referring to me by my full official title…