Hopelessly Confused: Heather Schuldt Takes on Bart Ehrman, part 2

In our first post we discussed Heather Schuldt's blog post "5 Examples Why Bart Ehrman Is Not a Gospel Expert."1¬†We addressed specifically issues concerning the dating of the Synoptic Gospels, briefly giving an overview of why Mark is dated to around 70 CE and Matthew and Luke to post-70. We also showed that Schuldt's use... Continue Reading →

Some Thoughts on Carey Bryant’s “The Gospel of John as an Eyewitness Account”

Over at his blog¬†Theology in Motion, Carey Bryant posted a piece entitled "The Gospel of John as an Eyewitness Account," summarizing why he thinks the Johannine Gospel is an eyewitness account to the life of Jesus. He makes four main arguments: The author was familiar with Jewish culture. The author seems to identify himself as... Continue Reading →

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