Monthly Archives: April 2011

Secret Mark Symposium Memories

The Secret Gospel of Mark Symposium took place yesterday, and all participants are now on their ways home on, hopefully uneventful flights (the tornadoes in the US led to some delays on Thursday). I'll need a few days to put … Continue reading

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New Blog on Patristics and Apocrypha

Jim Davila brought to my attention Alin Suciu's self-titled blog (HERE). Alin is from Romania but is currently pursuing a Ph.D. at Laval in Quebec City.In a recent post he discussed a new fragment of a text previously identified as … Continue reading

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Countdown to the Secret Mark Symposium

The first York Christian Apocrypha Symposium (featuring the Secret Gospel of Mark) takes place in just a few days. Everything is in place for the event and we hope for it to go off without a hitch. We should have … Continue reading

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Mount Athos on 60 Minutes

Anyone interested in researching manuscripts, particularly Greek manuscripts, will have heard of Mount Athos, an isolated Greek peninsula that houses a number of monasteries. It is rare for television cameras to be allowed access to the area, but 60 Minutes … Continue reading

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CCSA 17: De Infantia Iesu Evangelium Thomae

My long-awaited (well, at least by me) critical edition of the Greek tradition of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas is now available (and hopefully coming to an academic library near you). Here is the abstract from Brepols' catalogue: The Infancy … Continue reading

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