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
Via Corinthian Matters and First Things, I learned of the above, which is a translation of Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians into a different format, that of the terrible PowerPoint…
okay, this is brilliant.
Not quite on topic I know, but I visited Richard Carrier`s blog to see if his book had been peer-reviewed because someone told me it did, but I thought to myself, “by who?” I`m still unsure. Anyways, I came across an article where Fernando Bermejo-Rubio talks about the historical Jesus in a way I think even mythicists can relate to. Not a lot of mud-sliggin` in his ‘Prolegomena to a Dispassionate Plea for the Historicity of Jesus the Galilean’?[http://www.bibleinterp.com/opeds/2013/12/rub378009.shtml]
Carrier just replied to Bermejo-Rubio on his blog recently, and I actually have a post scheduled for later today mentioning it!
I can`t wait to read it. By the way, do you plan on reviewing Carrier`s new book? You did his last one if I am not mistaken.
I do indeed hope to review his next book.
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