Religion Prof: The Blog of James F. McGrath
The Blog of Dr. James F. McGrath, Clarence L. Goodwin Chair in New Testament Language and Literature at Butler University, Indianapolis
I’ve been meaning to share this since +Wrong shared it a little over a week ago:
I believe that Mark Goodacre blogged on this very subject
Can't help mentioning another newly discovered document, though not a religious one. Tom Weller, in his book CVLTVRE MADE STUPID (companion volume to Science Made Stupid) tells of the First Octavo of Shakespeare, which contains a couple of previously unknown poems. Although some have questioned the authenticity of these, linguistic analysis shows a Shakespearian vocabulary. In fact, the poems contain only two words unknown in Shakespeare's other works: thermonuclear and jazzercise.
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