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Bayesian Analysis of Craig Keener, “Otho: A Targeted Comparison"

Applying Bayes’ Theorem to your article’s point:

Keener says we can be sure Suetonius et al. worked from sources, because they say they worked from sources. 879 more words


Book Review: Mark Through Old Testament Eyes

Mark Through Old Testament Eyes
Andrew T. LePeau
Kregel Publications, 2017. 352 pp.

If you have spent any time with InterVarsity people, students or staff, you will begin to notice a strange commonality between them all. 1,317 more words

Searching for Jesus

Mark 16:1-8 (Friday)

On the Sunday after Jesus was crucified, Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James & Salome went to the tomb to anoint Jesus’ body.  835 more words



Today I had a Faith Formation class, and we talked about the Gospels and who wrote them and how they were written.

Personally I find John is my favourite of the Gospels, I find it to be the most personal of the books, and this more intimate book makes me feel like I know Jesus better. 166 more words


Jesus and the Eyewitnesses; Chapter 1

Jesus and the Eyewitnesses; Chapter 1

From the Historical Jesus to the Jesus of Testimony

Bauckham kicks off his introductory chapter with a discussion of the ‘ 725 more words

Biblical Sutdies

Textual Stability and NT Studies

Claims by some that the earliest period of textual transmission of the Gospels was so “wild” that we cannot take extant early copies of the Gospels as a good representation of what the authors may have written are all belied in practice by NT scholars, including those who make such claims. 830 more words

Newness Of Life vs Old And Unsuitable (Discipleship Series #15 - Mark 2:16-22)

Mark 2:16-22 “Now John’s disciples and the Pharisees were fasting. And people came and sad to him, “Why do the disciples of John and of the Pharisees fast but yours don’t?” Jesus said, “Can the wedding guests of the bridegroom fast while he is with them? 879 more words

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