Some Upcoming Interviews

| January 30, 2012

Just thought I’d give readers a heads up on some things in which they might have an interest. I’m being interviewed on three shows in the next week or so. I’ve been trying to say no to interviews for the last year, but I got hit with all three requests last week, so I’m taking […]

The Law of Moses: Does it Read Like Moses Wrote It?

| January 26, 2012

[Note: In the last post I presumed this post would be about the New Testament; I’m putting that off just a bit. For the first two posts on this topic, see here and here.] In my last post concerning the authorship of the Pentateuch, I listed two observations that led me to propose what for […]

Online Soncino Babylonian Talmud English Translation

| January 21, 2012

For those interested in the Talmud, here is a link to the Soncino edition translated into English in various PDF files. Some people are overly enthusiastic about the Talmudic material, but I post this anyway. The worldview of rabbinic Judaism is not to be considered synonymous with the worldview of the Bible (either testament). Sure, […]

Syntax for the Septuagint

| January 18, 2012

Readers know that my employer, Logos Bible Software, has been on the cutting edge of syntactical analysis for the Hebrew Bible and the Greek NT for a little over five years now. Recently our Greek database ninja, Rick Brannan, posted about a new pre-pub on the Logos blog that aims at finishing our project to […]

Another End Times Swami (and How Not to Write a Press Release)

| January 17, 2012

I received the following press release in my email today (no, I don’t recall subscribing). Another prophecy researcher who will set everything straight. He could start with the person who wrote this terrible press release (or perhaps have decided not to write it himself). It misspells the author’s name (twice) and has other grammatical and […]