Does Job 38:12-14 refer to the earth’s spin on its axis?
How is it October already? Don’t get me wrong – October contains what is probably my favorite holiday: Halloween. But it just seems like this year has flown by. Or, more accurately, that the years have flown by. My oldest is in eighth grade… Continue Reading “Biblical Studies Carnival #187 (September 2021)”
Did the biblical writers have advanced knowledge of the hydrological cycle?
For more book reviews, check out the book reviews page. Author: L. Michael White Book: Scripting Jesus: The Gospels in Rewrite Publisher: HarperOne Year: 2010 Page count: 528 pages Price: $28.99 (hardcover) INTRODUCTION Nine years ago, I walked into a bookstore known as Hastings… Continue Reading “Book Review: ‘Scripting Jesus: The Gospels in Rewrite’ by L. Michael White”
I was recently tagged in a thread on Twitter asking whether something quoted by Frank Turek was true. Since Turek has me blocked on Twitter, I had to resort to other means (i.e., log into an older account I never use) to see what… Continue Reading “Frank Turek and Tryggve Mettinger: Caught in a Quotemine”
A pop-apologist accidentally turns Jesus into a sinner.
A review of Kristin Swenson’s work ‘A Most Peculiar Book’ (Oxford, 2020).
A review of Helen Bond’s book ‘The First Biography of Jesus.’
The complete bibliography for season two of ‘Amateur Exegesis.’
A post containing my translation of Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians that was used throughout season 2 of the podcast.