Ehrman

24 Jun 19
Larry Hurtado's Blog

Readers of this and other blog sites with interest in NT textual criticism will have heard of a supposedly first-century fragment of the Gospel of Mark.  Yesterday, a new report came out from a senior figure connected with the Museum of the Bible (Dr. Michael Holmes), giving remarkable, even startling new information about the item. […]

24 Jun 19
Variant Readings

My last post looked into a couple questions raised by the recently released purchase agreement between Hobby Lobby and Dirk Obbink regarding so-called “First Century” Mark. In this post, I want to explore how these new revelations might demystify some previously cryptic statements by Scott Carroll, both during the time he was associated with the […]

23 Jun 19
Blogging Theology

Professor Ehrman makes a good point below. As a committed evangelical Christian I wrestled with the problem of Paul’s error for a very long time. But Paul was just a man who got some things wrong and there is nothing odd or surprising about that. Unfortunately, his occasional letters to churches have acquired the status […]

23 Jun 19
The Plan For The Future

Christians believe that God is love. Only, there may be something about this love that the church fathers found to be so troubling that they didn’t want us to know about it. If you know what it is, Christianity suddenly makes a lot more sense, and you may be able to guess what the future […]

23 Jun 19
Blogging Theology

“What did the historical Jesus teach in comparison with what the historical Paul taught?… Jesus taught that to escape judgment a person must keep the central teachings of the Jewish Law as he, Jesus himself, interpreted them. Paul, interestingly enough, never mentions Jesus’ interpretation of the Mosaic Law, and Paul was quite insistent that keeping the […]

21 Jun 19
Ebook Mania

Falsi vangeli, false lettere, false apocalissi, anche fra i libri del Nuovo Testamento, impiegati come armi per affermare alcune convinzioni religiose o per contrastarne altre. In questo nuovo libro, per mesi in cima alle classifiche americane, Bart D. Ehrman ci conduce in un viaggio nei primi quattro secoli dell’era cristiana, mettendo in luce un altro aspetto di quella «battaglia per le Sacre Scritture», di cui aveva già delineato i contorni nei Cristianesimi perduti: la pratica della contraffazione. Una storia di fede, dunque, ma soprattutto di libri falsi e di falsi apostoli, di imposture patenti e di mezze verità sullo sfondo turbolento e affascinante dei primi secoli cristiani. Titolo originale: *Forged. Writing in the Name of God – Why the Bible’s Authors Are Not Who We Think They Are* Traduzione di Gian Carlo Brioschi

19 Jun 19
Robert Clifton Robinson

And you are my witnesses, telling people about me everywhere—in Jerusalem, throughout Judea, in Samaria, and to the ends of the earth. ~Acts 1:8 There are comments made by some scholars who state that eyewitnesses did not write the New Testament. Many of these men and women have written several books and have Ph.D’s. When […]

19 Jun 19
Sub:Culture Weekly

If Jesus of Nazareth is not Lord, then He is either a liar or a lunatic. The divinity of Jesus is perhaps the most important aspect of His identity and the cornerstone of our worship. If Jesus is not divine then our singing is in vain, our obedience is for nought and our faith is […]

19 Jun 19
Gay by the Grace of God

Hey Readers! I apologize for being absent over the last few months. A LOT has happened in my life and things got really busy so some non-essential things got pushed to the back-burner of life. So, here is the life update for the past four or so months.

19 Jun 19
The Muslim Times

Source: Muslim Sunrise, the longest running Muslim publication of Americas Book review written and collected by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times This is a book by Professor Bart Ehrman. It was published in 2009 and has gathered considerable popularity in the United States. Some parts of the book can be read online.1 […]

19 Jun 19
Blog

From nature: learning from the London Linnaeus Society Edwina Ehrman London Linnaeus Society is the world's oldest active creature…

From nature | Edwina Ehrman was originally published on China

19 Jun 19
From The Recamier

We have no Saints to honor today, but on this date in 1812 An Act Declaring War between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and the Dependencies Thereof and the United States of America and Their Territories was passed by the United States Congress and signed by United States President James Madison, thereby beginning the War […]