Across the sea and around the world 11

1. The Ehrman Project: a site which provides responses to the works of Bart Ehrman. Well, I guess it will be useful for some in one way or another. Anyway, what makes Ehrman so appealing is he can write technical topic (as in textual criticism) for popular level. I’ve read his Misquoting Jesus and it is immensely readable. I even think that it would be a good introduction to the field of textual criticism.

2. Some of you might have noticed it, but Duncan is blogging again, fresh from the People’s Republic of Canuckistan!

3. Remnants of Giants: a blog on the GIANTS of the Bible and their reception history, illic et tunc, hic et nunc.

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