Mark

Where does Mark 1.1 come from and what does it mean?

There may be simply several sources for Mark 1.1. I tend to think it comes directly from the Priene Calendar

Mark

A New Translation: Mark 1

This was posted in 2009, but written some time before that. My Thursday Morning CTP class is going to study Mark’s

Gospel Criticism

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

Gospel Criticism

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,

Books

Review, “Reading John”

Christopher W. Skinner’s latest work, Reading John, stands out as a bridge to a wider world of Johannine scholarship. At

New Testament

Are Harry Potter and 50 Shades of Gray more accurate than the New Testament

This is an apologetic infographic: By this logic, then the 450 million copies of Harry Potter and the 100 million

Doctoral Work

Judas

I’ve written about Judas before, a while ago. These are more notes, however. I think we give Judas a bum

Books

in the mail: “Reading John”

I’ve flipped through it and read the introduction. Thus far, it looks like a great tool to have for those