Tony Burke: I have joined the editorial board of the Journal of Biblical Literature. Send your apocrypha articles our way!
Tony Burke: I will be at the University of Virginia on Nov. 2 for a guest seminar and a lecture. Thanks @JanetSpittler for the… https://t.co/BpwCF4sZQj
Tony Burke: @evandeneykel @thomaswhitley @NASSCALtw Apparently it is. I had to come up with something creative.
Tony Burke: The North American Society for the Study of Christian Apocryphal Literature (@NASSCALtw) is now on twitter. Please… https://t.co/qS5fldwxei
Tony Burke: A laudatory, though mostly descriptive, review of New Testament Apocrypha: More Noncanonical Scriptures by Paul Fos… https://t.co/QdAhybQTRY
Tony Burke: Manuscripta apocryphorum: Saint-Omer, Bibliothèque Municipale, MS 202 (9 c.) feat. Gos. Nic. & Vengeance of Savior.… https://t.co/QcouLukSCu
Monthly Archives: November 2015
The morning of day 3 began with a meeting with some fine folks from Polebridge Press, the publishing wing of the Westar Institute. My friend and York colleague Phil Harland has recently become involved with Westar, best known (perhaps infamously) … Continue reading
Day two of the 2015 SBL annual meeting began for me with the “Blogger and Online Publication” panel, a welcome change from Christian Apocrypha (mostly because I don’t have to take any notes! I can sit back and just listen). … Continue reading
[This account is a little late, but as a Canadian without a U.S. data plan, and given the poor Wifi capability in the conference hotels, it’s been difficult to do much of anything online over the past several days.] I … Continue reading
In no particular order: Vernon K. Robbins and Jonathan M. Potter (editors). Jesus and Mary Reimagined in Early Christian Literature. Atlanta: Scholars Press, 2015. Excerpt. Lincoln H. Blumell and Thomas A. Wayment (editors). Christian Oxyrhynchus: Texts, Documents, and Sources. Baylor … Continue reading
Penn State University Press is pleased to announce Inventing Christianity, a new book series edited by L. Stephanie Cobb and David L. Eastman. All books in the series will focus on the second and third centuries, a time when insiders … Continue reading
Here is a quick rundown of the sessions and papers at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature focusing on Christian Apocrypha. I hope I found them all. See you in Atlanta. Christian Apocrypha Section sessions: S21-114 … Continue reading
The Canadian Society of Biblical Studies, in partnership with the Canadian Society of Patristic Studies, offers a joint session at their annual meetings devoted to Christian Apocrypha. For 2016, we will be mounting two sessions: one is a book review … Continue reading