(Enrique Torner, USA, 04/28/17 12:48 pm)
In response to David Pike (27 April), the chronology of Paul's letters and the Gospels is something I can easily give.
Most scholars agree on the following chronology: Paul's
(John Eipper, USA, 04/28/17 5:09 am)
Gary Moore writes:
The wonderfully two-sided WAIS exchange on the New Testament
between Ric Mauricio (pointing out contradictions in rich and seldom achieved detail)
(Richard Hancock, USA, 04/28/17 4:24 am)
The current Smithsonian magazine has an article on the problem of wild horses overrunning the American West. There are approximately 70,000 of these animals on federal lands in the West
(David Pike, France, 04/27/17 2:08 pm)
David Duggan wrote on April 25: "The Gospels began to be written shortly after [Paul's] conversion, and Paul's letters followed."
I understand it as fact undisput
(Enrique Torner, USA, 04/27/17 8:31 am)
In this my last week of classes, when I'm all stressed out from papers, quizzes, and exams to grade, plus having to write the final exams, Ric Mauricio (26 April) had to "push" all my &q
(Edward Jajko, USA, 04/27/17 5:13 am)
On the historicity of the books of the Bible, a question posed by Ric Mauricio on April 26th), there is a well-known dictum or rule of Biblical scholarship. "Everything in the Bible is true, and
(John Eipper, USA, 04/27/17 4:43 am)
Gary Moore writes:
Briefly on Leo Goldberger's (April 26) reservations about calling the transatlantic
slave trade a Holocaust (before I turn to the religious que
(Holger Terp, Denmark, 04/27/17 4:24 am)
In the Middle Ages, Denmark-Norway was an extremely violent society, where the monarchs ruled over their subjects with an iron hand.
There were corporal punishments and death sentences for even
(A. J. Cave, USA, 04/26/17 2:55 pm)
I am not Tim Ashby, so my novelist 2 cents probably doesn't count. So, how about a more basic question instead:
What about Histories of Herodotus?
Hint: Herodotus wrote a full g
(Timothy Ashby, South Africa, 04/26/17 12:28 pm)
John E asked earlier today (April 26th): "Is it appropriate to speak of the transatlantic slave trade as a Holocaust? Or how about a lower-case holocaust?" He further offered, "