Monthly Archives: November 2014

Brilliant statement on preaching by John Barclay

Came across this absolute gem last night while reading an essay by my supervisor in Narrative Dynamics in Paul: Although the crucifixion of Christ was indeed an event in history, it punctures other times and other stories not just as a past event recalled but as a present event that, in an important sense, happens […]

New Blog: Durham’s Theology and Religion Department

Happy to share that our Department of Theology and Religion here at Durham University now has their own blog. A good one to follow especially as it gains steam and increased interaction. Go here: About.

Daily Dose of Latin

A Latin a day keeps the doctor away...


the Eerdmans blog

Larry Hurtado's Blog

Comments on the New Testament and Early Christianity (and related matters)

Daniel B. Wallace

Executive Director of CSNTM & Senior Research Professor of NT Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary

Life Matters New York

40 days of reflection · © John G. Mason ·

Old School Script

where linguistics & biblical studies intersect

New Testament Scholarship Worldwide

Bridging Eastern and Western New Testament Scholarship

German for Neutestamentler

A blog devoted to the translation of German New Testament scholarship


tom's blogging at last

Words on the Word

Blog by Abram K-J