Today’s Round-Up of Talpiot Tomb Posts

Here are key posts around the blogosphere today related to the Talpiot tombs. James Tabor posted on his own blog about the names in the tombs, and both there and on the ASOR blog about the imagery of a fish (or something else) on one of the ossuaries. Mark Goodacre explains that the idea of [Read More...]

Abnormally Interesting Biblical Studies Carnival

Duane Smith has posted an abnormally interesting Biblical Studies Carnival, with a round-up of abnormally interesting posts about Biblical studies from last month, on his blog Abnormal Interests. [Read more...]

Rock-Rock-Rock (Geologists’ Version of Rock-Paper-Scissors)

HT Caitlin Coberly Facebook [Read more...]

Painting Depicting Manichaean Cosmology Discovered

Timothy Michael Law shared the news that a painting depicting Manichaean cosmology has turned up in Japan. Manichaeism is familiar to most who study ancient religion, but it survived in the Far East until only a matter of centuries ago. [Read more...]

Robot at Prayer

Thanks to Jeff Carter for drawing to my attention the Korean science fiction film “Doomsday Book” which apparently features a robot praying and in other ways explores the intersection of religion and science fiction. [Read more...]


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