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The Jesus Mermaid

The elusive Jesus Mermaid hides in the thick kelp, beard swaying in the current, tail flicking. His followers won’t find Him here…

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His seahorse disciples foregather, hoping for a Sermon on the Reef, but with an abrupt gesture, He is gone into the depths. 114 more words

Bill Herbert

Book Plunge: Jesus: Evidence and Argument or Mythicist Myths?

What do I think of Casey’s book? Let’s plunge into the Deeper Waters and find out!

If you had noticed a lack of Book Plunges on the blog lately, that’s because I was busy reading books in preparation for my debate with Ken Humphreys, and I am extremely pleased with how I did and I am certain that when you hear the debate that you will think the mythicist position was extremely lacking. 585 more words

Book Plunge

The Way

“But this I confess to you, that according to the Way which they call a ‘sect,’ so I worship the Elohim of my fathers, believing all things which are written in the Torah and the Prophets.”  2,428 more words
Aramaic

Teimani halakhah

Why Teimani halakhah?

To reconstruct the ancient Netzarim halakhah, modern Netzarim were faced with the challenge of restoring the lacuna left by nearly 2,000 years of dormancy. 3,247 more words

Sephardic

In Support of Aramaic Primacy

Here are a couple of documents supporting the Aramaic primacy of the New Testament. The second one is a bit interesting, as the author has subsequently denounced his own work and declared himself an atheist. 47 more words

Religion

Jerusalem, al-Quds

Ancient Sources Mount Ephraim and Benjamin

The Holy City Jerusalem – (Jerusalem, al-Quds)
ORIGINAL TEXTS
Ierusalem in qua regnavit Adonibezec. Et post eam tenuere Iebusaei, e quibus et sortita vocabulum est. 1,457 more words

Ancient Paths

My Poem in Tupelo Quarterly (TQ5)

Finding out that my poem “I Dreamed a Young Man Coming Home” was a semi-finalist in the latest Tupelo Quarterly poetry contest, and that it would appear in TQ5, felt a little like the first time… 213 more words