From the B&H Academic Blog
Dec 2, 2016
by Craig Blomberg
This present work, The Historical Reliability of the New Testament, gathers most of the major threads of some of my previous works together, in a completely new topical arrangement, but also moves on to numerous additional issues that the scope of my previous works prevented me from addressing at all. While not nearly as erudite or prodigious as Kenneth A. Kitchen’s magnificent On the Reliability of the Old Testament, it does share with Kitchen’s tome a desire to cover the major concerns spanning an entire Testament of the Bible with plentiful footnotes to just about every topic raised, in order to enable interested readers to...
Nov 29, 2016
by Michael Kelley
Simplicity is a beautiful thing.
It’s also a very elusive thing. We live in a day and time when everything seems to be more complex than the next thing, whether in terms of technology, relationships, or what kind of coffee to buy (or not to buy). We are complex people with complex feelings about complex issues. That’s why when you stumble upon something simple, no matter what it is, it’s immediately appealing (or at least it is for me). The bright light of simplicity shines forth good and straight and true in the midst of the dull bulbs of complication.
Is it possible, though, that we also have a love of complexity? That though...
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