Monthly Archives: January 2014

Re-imagining Canon in the Twenty-first Century: SRCA Talk February 10

I have been invited to speak at the University of Toronto at their Seminar for Culture and Religion in Antiquity. My current research interest is the formation of the New Testament and the resulting categorization of Christian writings as either … Continue reading

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Call for Contributors: AncientThought.com

The web site AncientThought.com has a call out for contributors. From their home page:  AncientThought aims to establish itself as one of the leading online resources for exploring the world of ancient thought by integrating the best of current scholarship … Continue reading

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Book Note: Thomas Wayment, The Text of the New Testament Apocrypha

One of the titles I mentioned in my SBL Diary back in November (and deserving of more attention) is Thomas A. Wayment’s The Text of the New Testament Apocrypha (100-400 CE) (London: T&T Clark, 2013). Wayment, an Associate Professor of … Continue reading

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Secret Scriptures Revealed Book Launch

Last night we celebrated the North American release of my new book Secret Scriptures Revealed: A New Introduction to the Christian Apocrypha with a small gathering at a local book store, Words Worth Books, in Waterloo, Ontario. I have a … Continue reading

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