Monthly Archives: January 2011

York Christian Apocrypha Symposium Series: Secret Mark

Phil Harland (also of York University and an avid blogger himself) and I have been working over the past several months to plan a one-day conference on the Secret Gospel of Mark. This is intended in the first of a … Continue reading

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The Ehrman Project

Those interested in the work of Bart Ehrman (either supporters or detractors) may find interesting a new site called The Ehrman Project. The site describes itself as: As a scholar, professor, and author, Dr. Bart Ehrman has undeniable influence over … Continue reading

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New Coptic Jesus apocryphon

Jim Davila at Paleojudaica drew my attention to this post about a soon-to-be published fragmentary Coptic apocryphon.

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New Secret Mark articles in BAR

Scott Brown and Peter Jeffery weigh in once again on the results of the handwriting analyses commissioned by Biblical Archaeology Review. See also Stephan Huller's interview with Agamemnon Tselikas, the paleographer who was also commissioned by BAR but whose report … Continue reading

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CCSA 17: The Infancy Gospel of Thomas (Update)

Well, the abstract of my forthcoming edition of the Greek tradition of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas is back up on the Brepols page (HERE). The proofing stage of the project has taken a considerable amount of time, thus delaying … Continue reading

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