Monthly Archives: May 2015

The poor and early church: video of John Barclay

My supervisor here at Durham, Prof John Barclay, recently gave a plenary address at the Houston Baptist University conference on Early Christianity. Here is the video of that paper, entitled, “‘The poor you have always with you.’ Why it mattered to the early church to give to the poor.” If you are at all interested […]

A Handy Hebrew Alphabet Chart

Found this online while proofreading the Hoyadot Hebrew text in a forthcoming book. Very helpful, especially when displayed full-screen, and I plan on using it for future teaching opportunities in the Hebrew language:

Where Sanders’ Program Failed

E.P. Sanders’ influence on the study of Paul the Apostle has reverberated now for nearly 40 years, ever since the publication of his Paul and Palestinian Judaism in 1977. The amount of ink that has been spilled since then, from those either in support or opposed or cautious, has been voluminous. Just considering the aggregate of counter arguments in […]

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