Fork Criticism: Understanding Biblical Criticism Through Cutlery

Fork Criticism: Understanding Biblical Criticism Through Cutlery February 13, 2012

Via Sansblogue, I learned about the St. Eutychus blog, and the post there that seeks to use cutlery to illustrate different methods and conclusions in Biblical criticism. Here are a couple of examples:

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