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… [Read more…]

Carnival Call

Philip Long put out the last call for submission for this month’s Biblical Studies Carnival. Meanwhile, the successor to the Dread Pirate NT Wrong has updated the list of Biblical Studies Carnivals and the Complete List of Biblioblogs. [Read more…]

NT Wrong is Back!

The mysterious pseudonymous biblioblogger is back. The post indicating this at the Biblioblog Top 50 blog is elusive, but the comments indicate that an X-Factor biblioblog revolution is afoot…   [Read more…]

The Deuterowrongian Corpus

Since a commenter mentioned NT Wrong, I thought I ought to comment on what I think the new NT Wrong franchise represents, having quite possibly been involved in inspiring it. I think it is to the original NT Wrong what the Pastoral Epistles and other such pseudepigraphal works are to the authentic Pauline corpus – [Read More…]

Loving Ultimate Reality

“NT Wrong” offered an interesting response to my post about God, projection and our values. Although the points made there are important, I think that it is indeed possible to love a God who is infinite and ineffable. Scientists who love reality and love discovering even a tiny fraction more about reality are doing much [Read More…]