Did Q exist? Did Luke know Papias? Mark Goodacre and Dennis MacDonald discuss.
"All translations of great works are of course no more than approximations of the original, in some places happy ones, in some necessarily imperfect. But respecting the sheer physicality of the Bible’s language together with a stylistic decorum appropriate to the Hebrew diction can help readers sense something of the world quite different from ours... Continue Reading →
To see all posts in this series, please refer to its index. Last year I wrote a five-part series on Heather Schuldt's terrible attempt at taking on biblical scholar Bart Ehrman.1 Now pop-apologist SJ Thomason wants to have her moment in the sun as she responds to Bart Ehrman's fifteen year old book Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who... Continue Reading →
This is the third post in a series examining pop-apologist Heather Schuldt's attempt to take down New Testament scholar Bart Ehrman. The two previous posts can be viewed here: Part 1. Part 2. In this post we will be looking at Schuldt's claim regarding the oral tradition that lay behind the Gospel accounts. ORAL TRADITION... Continue Reading →
Yesterday I posted a lengthy but necessary rebuttal to pop-apologist Heather Schuldt's bewildering piece on the Documentary Hypothesis. As I was poking around on her blog I noticed she had recently written another piece, this time attacking New Testament scholar Bart Ehrman, entitled "5 Examples Why Bart Ehrman Is Not a Gospel Expert."1 It is in... Continue Reading →