An Op-Ed blog by April DeConick, featuring discussions of the Nag Hammadi collection, Tchacos Codex,
and other Christian apocrypha, but mostly just the things on my mind.
featuring discussions of the Nag Hammadi collection,
and other Christian apocrypha,
but mostly just the things on my mind.
What a cool pairing of text and illustration!The King and Queen “enter”...http://www.alchemywebsite.com/rosarium.htmlhttp://www.alchemywebsite.com/rosdesc.htmlhttp://www.alchemywebsite.com/roscom.html
You and/or readers might be interested in this call for papers to an interdisciplinary conference on Memory. Sometimes these things are a little outside the biblical studies radar. Abstracts due by July 21.Mach's gut!
Hello Professor DeConick. I was reading your post on miracles and I was curious, what do you say to Dr. William Lane Craig's argument about the historical probability of the resurrection using the statement that it is only unlikely if you say Jesus was naturally raised from the dead and not that Jesus was supernaturally raised from the dead? And that to deny it you would have to be employing methodological atheism which is a presupposition?
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