Biblical Studies Carnival CXXII

NT Wrong has returned to blogging to offer the latest Biblical Studies Carnival. Click through to read it.

Some years ago I dedicated a series of blog posts to the question of the true identity of the elusive pseudonymous biblioblogger NT Wrong. Eight years later, and we seem no closer to know the secret…

Bishop Potter

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Resurrection, Rumors, and Romania
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  • John MacDonald

    N. T. Wrong could be Robert M. Price. In a review of N.T. Wright’s 2003 book “The Resurrection of the Son of God Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2003,” Price writes “Wright (though by this time one is tempted to start calling him “Wrong”).” Here is the article: http://www.robertmprice.mindvendor.com/rev_ntwrong.htm