Here are some things I read this last week that you may find interesting as well:

Biblical Studies:

Michael Bird, Craig Evans Lets Rip on the “New New Testament”

Brian W. Davidson, Biblioblog Carnival—October 2013

Peter Enns w. Anthony Le Donne, Did Jesus have a wife? I wouldn’t touch that with a 10-foot shepherd’s staff, but I know someone who will

Craig A. Evans, Latest Archaeological Finds in Israel (audio interview)

Abram K-J, Septuagint Studies Soirée #3

Anthony Le Donne, Facebook Reactions to Jesus’ Wife

Joshua L. Mann, False Dichotomy (aka False Dilemma, either-or fallacy)

James McGrath, Historical Jesus, Mythicism, and Miracles around the Blogosphere

Christopher Skinner, Elaine Pagels (again) on the Gospels of John and Thomas


Tara Isabella Burton, Study Theology, Even If You Don’t Believe in God

Krista Dalton, God is Dead: Or When Professors Become the Boogeyman 

Rachel Held Evans, 13 Things I Learned About Church History From ‘The Story of Christianity, Vol. 2’ by Justo L. Gonzalez 

Stephen Madison, Do Churches Alienate Intellectuals?

Michelle Van Loon, When Christian Ambition Fades to Gray


Abby Carney, New Kids in Town: Meet Josh Lasell, the California Native Who is Still an Austin Skeptic

Susanne Gargiulo, Daydream believer: Is a wandering mind a creative mind?

Ellie Hall, Boy Wanders onto Stage to Hang Out with Pope Francis

Joanna Renteria, Graduate School Barbie

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