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Stephen Law and AIG Busted continue the discussion of the historicity of Jesus (and Fred Anderson considers Robert Price on both Jesus and Superboy). Pisteuomen wants bibliobloggers to meet in Boston in November. Antiquitopia continues reading the socialist Bible. Drew Tatusko wishes you a Biblical “trick or treat”. Bible Films Blog has an entry on Ebert’s book about The Last Temptation of Christ. Bob Cornwall is all agog about dispentationalism. Use Your Head draws attention to evolution week on Teachers TV. Nancey Murphy asks whether persons have souls. James Crossley blogs about Jesus in an Age of Terror and Loren Rosson’s review of How Did Christianity Begin?

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