Monthly Archives: May 2011

2011 Réunion de l’AELAC

The programme for the 2011 Réunion de l'AELAC, which takes place June 30-July 2 in Dole, has been posted on-line (available HERE).These are the titles of the papers announced thus far: Anne-Marie Polo de Beaulieu, “Usages et fonctions des apocryphes … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Secret Mark Symposium, part 3

[With apologies for taking so long; a short vacation and a nasty cold kept me from work]. The afternoon session began with Marvin Meyer’s paper, “The Young Streaker in Secret and Canonical Mark.” Meyer holds a position on Secret Mark … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Secret Mark Symposium, part 2

As I said in my previous post, much of the contents of the symposium (i.e., the presentations and discussions) are a bit of blur to me. But I can, and wish to, make some comments about the papers and attempt … Continue reading

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Reflections on the Secret Mark Symposium, part 1

Now that a week or so has gone by since the Secret Mark Symposium, I think I’m ready to gather my thoughts about the event. Admittedly, much of it is a blur as I had to focus so much on … Continue reading

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Secret Mark Symposium: A Student’s View

I have been holding off on writing my own assessment of the Secret Mark Symposium because I thought a participant's view would be more valuable. Calogero A. Miceli, a Ph.D. candidate at Concordia University in Montreal, offered a report of … Continue reading

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Nag Hammadi Library Images On-line

1 Courtesy of April DeConick's The Forbidden Gospels blog, here is the LINK to the Claremont College's Digital Library for on-line images of the Nag Hammadi Library. Not all pages are represented here, and I'm not aware of plans to … Continue reading

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