Recently in cyberspace:
- Southern Seminary provides a set of recent lectures by Richard Bauckham (HT: Tim Henderson).
- Jeremy quotes Henri De Lubac “on the dangers of learning our catechism against someone.”
- The Center for the Study of Christian Origins provides a lecture and question and answer session by Larry Hurtado.
- Reports begin circulating about several lead codices that are supposed to contain stories about Jesus’ later life.
- Early Christianity makes available a full issue for free download (HT: Nijay Gupta).
- Larry Hurtado advocates additional caution vis-à-vis the recent discovery of a number of ancient lead codices, James McGrath condenses several other recent discussions about them, and Jim Davila (HT: Stephen Carlson) adds his own presently-skeptical perspective on the codices’ genuineness.
- Amazon launches its own cloud drive service with 5 GB of free space.
- The Internet Archive makes available Mark Goodacre’s Synoptic Problem: A Way through the Maze for free download (HT: James McGrath).
- Dictionary.com discusses a few word-choice updates in the new editions of the NIV and NAB.
- Google Maps adds street views of “historic sites in Italy and France.”
- The Center for New Testament Textual Studies at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary is featured in a NOLA.com article (HT: James Leonard).
- The Elaborated makes available a set of composite RSS feeds based on the Biblioblog Top 50.
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