Bart D. Ehrman, Christianity, Gospel, Gospel of John, Gospel of Mark, Jesus, John, New Testament, New Testament Reliability
Archaeology is solidifying the reliability the canon of New Testament Letters and Gospels
with every finding.
Early, early, early fragments of the Gospel of Mark may have been found. Dr. Daniel Wallace reveals the findings in a debate with Dr. Bart Ehrman. Read more here.
Craig Bloomberg has studied and written extensively on the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts. See the list of 59 facts about the Gospel of John which are shown to be historically probably by author Craig Bloomberg.
Is John’s Gospel Reliable? Go at the Gospel of John in a totally different approach!
Archaeology, Christian, church, faith, Jesus
Andria, Apostles, Archaeology, Christianity, Jesus, Turkey, Turkish language
Italian professor Francesco D’Andria said archeologists found the tomb of the biblical figure — one of the 12 original disciples of Jesus — while working on the ruins of a newly-unearthed church, Turkish news agency Anadolu reported Wednesday.
‘We have been looking for Saint Philip’s tomb for years,’ d’Andria told the agency. ‘We finally found it in the ruins of a church which we excavated a month ago.’
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/07/27/tomb-st-philip-apostle-discovered-in-turkey/#ixzz1TLtcFgBK
Archaeology, faith, World Events
Bart D. Ehrman, Bible, Christianity, Harold Camping, Jesus, Misquoting jesus, New Testament, Religion and Spirituality
What do Harold Camping and Dr. Bart Ehrman have in common? They are both literalists when I comes to their view of the Bible. Here is what Camping was quoted on his view of the Bible.
Camping, 89, said of the rapture in a May 11 interview with New York magazine, “The Bible has every word in the original language … it was written by God. Incidentally, no churches believe that at all, they don’t hold the Bible in the high respect that it ought to be.” More
Archaeology, Jesus' Divinity, World Events
antiquity, Christianity, Jesus, Middle East, New Testament, Religion and Spirituality, Syriac bible, Syriac language
Parchment, vellum, stone and other sources keep turning up which help scholars and text critics verify the accuracy of the delivered text of the New Testament.
And, this weekend, we get another possible source for comparison. Some
An undated handout photo released to Reuters February 6, 2009 shows an ancient manuscript which authorities in northern Cyprus believe is an ancient version of the Bible written in Syriac, a dialect of the native language of Jesus. The manuscript was found in a police raid on suspected antiquity smugglers. Turkish Cypriot police testified in a court hearing they believe the manuscript could be about 2,000 years old. More