Nijay Gupta’s Review on View #4 of the Historical Adam Book

| January 17, 2014

Here is the fourth review posted by Nijay Gupta. It’s on Bill Barrick’s position (historical Adam and young-earth creationism). I’ll likely post something tomorrow about my impressions on the views and reviews. Technorati Tags: Adam, Barrick, creationism, review

Links to Some Good Reviews of “Four Views on the Historical Adam”

| January 11, 2014

I’ve blogged before about the new Zondervan book, Four Views on the Historical Adam (ed. Matthew Barrett and Ardel Caneday). New Testament scholar Nijay Gupta has posted reviews of the first three of these views. They’re fair and thoughtful. The four views are as follows, with links to Nijay’s reviews included: (1) Lamoureux: Evolutionary Creation […]

New Resource Help for Reading the Greek New Testament

| December 15, 2013

Well-known Greek grammarian and NT professor Dan Wallace recently posted his endorsement of A New Reader’s Lexicon of the Greek New Testament on his blog. For those who don’t have Bible software (like Logos) where you can make your own vocab lists by chapter as you read, this is a great resource.

Thoughtful Review of MacArthur’s “Strange Fire” Book

| November 20, 2013

Thanks to Nijay Gupta’s note on Twitter that directed me to this review by Craig Keener. I’ve not followed the controversy over John MacArthur’s “Strange Fire” conference (a pugnacious criticism of the charismatic movement), which I presume was in part arranged to promote his book. (I didn’t even know there was a book until today […]

Update on Joseph Atwill’s Josephus Code

| October 23, 2013

I blogged recently about Joseph Atwill’s research, which asserts that Jesus was a Roman invention. Now that his PR launch (disguised as a conference) is history, I decided to post an update of some reviews of Atwill’s work. Joel Watts asked, “Was Jesus a Roman Invention?” over at the Huff Post Robert Price (who doesn’t […]