This week in the biblioblogs:
- Christopher Skinner points out an interview with Simon Gathercole about the Gospel of Thomas and the Gospel of Judas.
- Cynthia Nielsen provides part one of a series on Joerg Rieger, Frederick Douglass, and the myth of individualism.
- John Meade discusses the Peshitta’s reading of Acts 16:34.
- Jeff Oien, Robert Jimenez, and Michael Bird spot an interview with Gordon Fee primarily connected with Fee’s forthcoming commentary on Revelation but also with various hermeneutical issues.
- James McGrath mentions that Tim Henderson, a recent PhD graduate from Marquette University, is now blogging at Earliest Christianity.
- Joel Watts begins a series on 2 Clement and puts this early Christian document into dialog with the “prosperity gospel.”
- Michael Bird refers us to a Touchstone essay in which N. T. Wright reflects on C. S. Lewis.
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