Old/New Biblioblog: Treasures Old and New

I just became aware of a new biblioblog by a most unusual manner. Rather than learning of the blog and then getting introduced to the blogger behind it, this time the process was the reverse! James Leonard’s blog Treasures Old and New features a series of posts related to Christology, monotheism and divine identity, as [Read More...]

The Development of Christology

Mike Kok has elaborated some thoughts (which began in a comment over here on Exploring Our Matrix a couple of months ago) about the development of Christology. He offers a threefold categorization of scholarly views. Do take a look and join in the conversation – and if you can figure out which category I best fit into, [Read More...]

Reconstructing Tenth-Century Hebrew Morality

While Christianity Today does a good job of reporting on the Khirbet Qeiyafa ostracon, Fox news offers viewers no understanding of the nature of the find, the uncertainty about how the fragmentary text should be translated, or anything else that might be called accurate, nuanced reporting: http://www.comcast.net/ve/1.0/1389377739/555/457/ Having said that, I’d be delighted if viewers [Read More...]


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