The October Biblical Studies Carnival is up a blt Biblical Studies Carnival, blame the lateness on the storms of various genres that have struck the USA in recent weeks, or perhaps it was waiting for the added bacon to be ready ;) It is a fine collection with a wider than usual catchment, so everyone will […]
Rodney from Wipf and Stock has a post on Running Heads1 The Case of the Centurion’s Servant in which he comments on an argument used by Alex Ross writing about the gay rights in the the New Yorker discussing Matt 8:5–13. He quotes Ross: What’s striking is that Jesus shows no interest in resolving the ambiguity. […]
Jim West first got all excited that there is a West St somewhere, now it’s a Zias Rd, that’s nothing, I have a whole village named after me! As well as Bulkeley Terrace in New Plymouth. PS, knowing how Jim loves to use Wikipedia here’s the relevant article.