Bart Ehrman has a New Blog

Bart Ehrman has a New Blog April 19, 2012

Bart Ehrman has a new blog, called Christianity in Antiquity: The Bart Ehrman Blog. He will be doing something very different, and very interesting, with it. The blog offers some public content but also has subscriber-only content. Money from subscriptions to the blog will be donated to charities, and so in addition to offering blogging, Bart is doing something to fight poverty, hunger, and homelessness.

I know that there are a lot of readers of this blog who are interested in Bart Ehrman’s scholarship. And I know there are a lot of readers of this blog who are concerned with issues of social justice. If you are interested in both, then you’ll want to pay (pun intended) Bart’s blog a visit.

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  • SoWhat78

    I joined it last night. The content is excellent, and I don’t have a problem with paying because my money is going to charity. I would definitely encourage others to consider joining as well.  $24.95 for the year?!?!?!?!  That’s cheaper than my average trip to the grocery store!

  • Scott F

    I’m in!

  • Darth Vader

    You should charge for access to your bad jokes. You could donate your money to a neutral cause. I would probably pay…

    • You can start paying as soon as you like, but do consider that if you subscribe at the per bad joke rate, it may cost you a lot of money…

      • Darth Vader

         I will just bill the library.

  • Thanks for the info James