Was Jesus Buried in a Tomb?

On the 24th, Jim Majors will be debating Michael Jones on the question, “Was Jesus buried in a tomb?” For many, the answer will seem to be a no-brainer: of course, he was buried in a tomb! Where else would he have been buried? Moreover, the canonical Gospels all agree on this very point and... Continue Reading →

Mark Nanos: Paul’s Beliefs and Judaism

Mark D. Nanos, Reading Paul within Judaism: Collected Essays of Mark D. Nanos, vol. 1 (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2017), 17. Is it not precisely within Judaism where Paul as well as of the other Jewish and Judean believers in Jesus Christ understood themselves to find him? Did not Paul persecute (i.e., seek to discipline)... Continue Reading →

Paula Fredriksen’s University Profile

Over at Boston's University's page for Paula Fredriksen, readers can find not only a list of the accomplished scholar's numerous books and articles she has written over the years, but even complete articles available for download in PDF format! I have gleaned so much from reading Fredriksen, especially regarding the apostle Paul. I hope this... Continue Reading →

Richard Elliot Friedman on the Exodus

In 2017, noted scholar of the Hebrew Bible Richard Elliot Friedman published a book with HarperCollins entitled The Exodus: How It Happened and Why It Matters. Using the tools of source criticism, Friedman posits that what really happened is not that there was no exodus from Egypt but rather that it involved a group that... Continue Reading →

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