In the mail, @FortressPress, “Telling Tales about Jesus: An Introduction to the New Testament Gospels”

A new book by Warren Carter? Yes, please. Warren Carter leads the beginning student in an inductive exploration of the

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Dammit Bultmann! Stop rationalizing the miracles! The Bread, Loaves, and Myth

Rudolf Bultmann, the father of demythologization, urged people to get behind the text. On that, I agree. I also agree

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Proverbs 22 as the Mimetic Precursor to Matthew 10 (Also, Luke used Matthew and Mark)

I’d like you to compare, for a moment, Matthew 10 and Proverbs 22 (see it in the LXX here). Not,

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science approaches the way memory changes

Memory research is interesting exactly because of the way we remember things – even the way we remember the remembrances

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on John’s use of Mark – the thrice prediction

I found this old post of James McGrath about the prediction of Jesus’s death. I guess I found it like

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(video) Dr Peter Williams – New Evidences the Gospels were Based on Eyewitness Accounts

I wanted to save this for later. If any Gospel is from an eyewitness account, it could be Mark –

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Why the Farrer-Goulder and Goodacre theory is a “better” methodology

I am in the midst of a lot of outside things at the moment and cannot contribute like I would

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Before you go on in the Q discussion…”On Dispensing with Q”

This essay must accompany your discussion, along with any of ]] books on Gospel origins, including his recent on on