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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.