Exploring Our Matrix
The Blog of Dr. James F. McGrath, Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, Indianapolis
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I particularly enjoyed your comments on Sarah Palim a while back.I want to add you blog to my role; I would appreciate it if you could find the time to review mine and consider it on yours.Dr. Michael Spath, with a similar teaching postition at IPFW, has positive reviewed my upcoming book, The Apostle Paul and Post-traumatic Stress; he also indicated he would probably use it as a text in a course on Christianity in the fall semester.Any comments you have on the blog or book will be appreciated.Bob Colliehttp://theapostlepaulandposttraumaticstress.blogspot.com/
James, I can no longer write to your blog on Patheos. Could you tell me why?
I have no idea. I'll look into it!
I checked and there are no comments from you trapped in the spam filter that I can see, and nothing else like that that might cause you to have problems from the blog end. Could it be something on your computer, such as a browser issue? Let me know what you're experiencing and I'll try to help if I can.
James, I had a long discussion with Eldad Kenyon on the trial of Oded Golan. I can't locate it on Patheos. Could you help?Geoff Hudson
Presumably one of these?
Thanks for that. It was the article on the Talpiot Tomb that I wanted.
James, I can't understand why Patheos is so slow. I have to wait for ages to get to A Challenge to Mythicists.Secondly, when I copy and paste into a comment box, it looks ok, but when I post, Patheos sends the text all over the place.
If you are using something other than Notepad to compose something and then copy and paste from there, you will be using a program that adds formatting code to the text, which then gets copied over.Disqus is the commenting system, and it can indeed take some time to load, particularly on posts with lengthy comment threads.
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