Ark Poop Problem

I don’t normally share toilet humor. But the cartoon above (shared by Scott Bailey) makes an important point. It is not enough to say that you believe a story in the Bible to be literally true and historically factual. If that story, treated as history or science, has implications, then you are saying that you [Read More...]

Sacred Theories

Hemant Mehta shared this church sign. What it says is quite ironic, given that, since it is from a Free Methodist church, it is probably intended to be antievolutionist. But taken at face value, it is an excellent summary, putting in a nutshell a point made at greater length in a chart that Scott Bailey [Read More...]

September/October Biblioblog Carnival

As a result of the confusing tendency of some to demand that the Biblical Studies Carnival be designated by the month in which it is posted rather than the month in which all of its content was written, Scott Bailey is offering a Douglas Adams style fourth episode in the September Biblical Studies Carnival trilogy. [Read More...]


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