#YCAS2015 and Gospel Authorship Around the Blogosphere

I’m not the only blogger who was at the York Christian Apocrypha Symposium, by any means. I am glad to see that Eric Vanden Eykel was inspired to revive his blog, and has posted a recap of the conference. Timo Paananen has also posted a recap of day 1. There was also a very strange [Read More…]

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Fragments of Extracanonical Greek Gospels Online

What’s New in Papyrology highlighted some new images of Greek manuscripts that have been placed online by the British Library. They include the Egerton Gospel: And this fragment of the Gospel of Thomas in Greek: Also of related interest, a new law in Norway is requiring the digitization of all books. [Read more…]

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Gospel of Thomas Videos

There are a wide array of videos related to the Gospel of Thomas available online, collected on the Gospel of Thomas website. They include a Gospel of Thomas movie the delivery of which is customizable. Here’s one version that is on YouTube, courtesy of Mark Goodacre’s blog: There are also excerpts from documentaries such as this [Read More…]

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Do Gospel Authors Owe Us The “Truth”?

I read the words below in an article in today’s New York Times about the blurriness of the lines between history and historical fiction in recent movies. How do you think its points relate to the depictions, reworkings, and interpretations of history in the Gospels? I for one doubt that the majority of people in [Read More…]

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Mark Goodacre on the Gospel of Thomas

A video interview courtesy of EerdWord, the blog of Eerdmans Publishing Company. [Read more…]

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