A Death and a Resurrection

While it is being said that NT Wrong (the blog, not the person behind it) is dead, we have also heard glad tidings of a web site’s resurrection. Early Christian Writings, one of the most useful online resources for the study of early Christian sources, has returned to life. So too has Early Jewish Writings. Hallelujah!

Many thanks to Peter Kirby, who maintains these sites. Their value is great, and it is too bad that the internet is not designed to allow him to hear the thundrous applause as the news of the return of these sites circulates among scholars and all sorts of other people interested in these subjects.
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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/16724603345241200742 Peter Kirby

    On the other hand, it has allowed me to gather in a few months three times the praise and testimonial in my email inbox than I’ve gathered in years passively. ;o

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/02561146722461747647 James F. McGrath

    I will try to praise your hard work and your wonderful sites more frequently, in the hope that you won’t let them lapse again! :)