Around the Blogosphere

As I try to meet deadlines and get ready for travelling, there may be a lull in new blog posts. There have been lots of posts that I’ve noticed or which I have had drawn to my attention, which I wanted to comment on, but am not finding the time. So I’ll share the links, and leave it to you to comment if you are so inclined!

Helek Tov shared links to 360 degree virtual tours of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Diglotting discusses Ya’el (Yahoel) and the divine identity.

Daniel Kirk tells why he kissed conserving goodbye.
Michael Bird interviews Scot McKnight about the Letter of James, on which he recently published a commentary.

Daniel Kirk, Joel Watts, Otagosh and even Michael Ruse and Jerry Coyne talk about Adam.

John Hobbins reads Genesis for all its worth.

This Lamp points out that the SBL Greek New Testament is available for the Kindle, and tells you how to get it.

Adam Kotsko discusses simple beliefs of simple believers.

Steve Douglas quotes George MacDonald: “You doubt because you love the truth.”

Chris Heard and Roland Boer disagree about reception history.

John Byron thinks every Biblical scholar should go on at least one dig.

John Pieret talks about what really scares the Discovery Institute.

Joel Watts starts a meme about things you’ll find at the Ark Park gift shop, following on his earlier post about the Ark Park’s unicorns.

Rod of Alexandria can’t find penal substitution in Galatians 3:13.

Tim Bulkeley explains why verses are meaningless.

Landon Hedrick suggests that those who live in magical houses should not throw stones at mythicists. Or something like that. :-)

Tom Verenna discusses the historicity of Jesus.

IO9 has an interesting post on the puzzles of the current Doctor Who season so far.


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