Monthly Archives: March 2014

Special issue of JSNT on Gospel of Thomas

VIA Mark Goodacre's NTBLog: The latest Journal for the Study of the New Testament is a special edition focused on Simon Gathercole's The Composition of the Gospel of Thomas and Mark Goodacre's Thomas and the Gospels (which I reviewed HERE). … Continue reading

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Secret Scriptures Revealed Interview on “Teachings of Enoch”

A few weeks ago James Allen, host of "Teachings of Enoch," a radio show on KKVV in Las Vegas, interviewed me on my book Secret Scriptures Revealed. You can listen to the two-part interview at James' archive site. Thanks again, … Continue reading

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Assessing BBC2’s The Bible Hunters

The two-part BBC2 documentary “The Bible Hunters” has generated some discussion among bloggers recently, due particularly to participating-scholar Larry Hurtado’s criticisms of the show. I was finally able to watch the series over the last few days (it has not … Continue reading

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Peter Kirby Expands Early Christian Writings

If you have ever needed a fast and handy source for an early Christian text, chances are you have come across Peter Kirby’s popular site Early Christian Writings. To celebrate ECW’s recent expansion, I asked Kirby some questions about the … Continue reading

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