Daniel Gullotta to Debate Mythicist David Fitzgerald

Daniel Gullotta shared on his blog that he will be having a debate with mythicist David Fitzgerald. Click through for more details. I’ve blogged before about Fitzgerald’s arguments in his book Nailed: Ten Christian Myths That Show Jesus Never Existed At All, as well as those found elsewhere online. Others have also tackled his claims. [Read More...]

Job Opening: Professional E-mail Answerer

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How the Internet Works

Ironically, this cartoon came to my attention via Reddit on Facebook. Would you agree that this is how the flow of information usually works on the internet? Are you usually among the first to become aware of a meme, joke, or piece of news? Or are you typically among the last? Or somewhere in between? [Read More...]

Straight Outta the Synoptic Problem

Another Straight Outta Compton Bible meme that came to my attention via Joel Watts.   [Read more...]

Review of William Dever, The Lives of Ordinary People in Ancient Israel

I mentioned in a recent post that I had been reading William Dever’s book, The Lives of Ordinary People in Ancient Israel: When Archaeology and the Bible Intersect. That book (for which I am grateful to Eerdmans for having sent me a review copy) deserves more than just a mentioning in the context of Gen [Read More...]

Doctor Who Series 9 Trailer #2

There’s a new trailer for the upcoming series of Doctor Who, which returns to TV on September 19th. [Read more...]

The Sparrow After 20 Years

Mary Doria Russell mentioned on her blog that a 20th anniversary edition of her novel The Sparrow is planned. That novel, together with its sequel Children of God, are ones that I have mentioned here before on more than one occasion (including a podcast as well as movie plans that, for better or worse, seem to [Read More...]

Straight Outta the KJV

Via Joel Watts on Facebook.   [Read more...]

The Gospel against the Prophets?

The above words are how I summarized the gist of my recent post “Micah among the Baptists.” I thought perhaps they deserved a meme. If you agree, please share it!   [Read more...]

Bloggers’ Dinner at AAR/SBL in Atlanta

It seems that we may as well make a start to planning the dinner and get-together for scholarly bloggers at the AAR and SBL annual meeting in Atlanta in November. In the past we have referred to “bibliobloggers” in the title of the event, but I want to make a point of using more inclusive language, [Read More...]

How a Letter Becomes a Scripture

Having finished a study of 1 Corinthians, my Sunday school class proposed as its next topic to focus on the question of how works like Paul’s letters ended up as Scripture – what the process is, and also how it changes the way we read them. Someone said it reminded them of the Schoolhouse Rock treatment of [Read More...]


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