Pseudepigrapha in the Bible
I’m bored with the old header. I like this one: it has action, a riot of colour, and it’s very contemporary. However I am open to suggestions for other ideas..
The owner of this blog is a chap called Eric who lives in the far east. He kindly allows me to post articles here which I try to do every day. However, the traffic to this site is small and… Read More ›
And now for something completely different..
Denis Giron is one of the most erudite Roman Catholic thinkers I have ever met (and that is saying something). He messaged me today: I’ve been thinking about returning to your blog soon. I have just been very busy with… Read More ›
The Quran’s role in sorting out the Bible’s fact from its fiction.
Here at Blogging Theology we like to keep abreast of the best current biblical scholarship created by top scholars in the field. This post is about one such work by Rev Professor John Drane. He is a theologian who is probably… Read More ›
Blogging Theology is now on Facebook
Bismillāh. Today we begin a new journey in the ever changing story of Blogging Theology: http://www.facebook.com/groups/bloggingtheology Our mission: to publish quality work by Muslims, Christians and others on matters to do with theology and associated subjects to encourage respectful interfaith… Read More ›
New domain name: Bloggingtheology.com
I am pleased to announce this blog has a new top-level domain name: Bloggingtheology.com This has been made possible due to the great generosity of an individual who wishes to remain anonymous.
Introducing the new ‘Feature Article’ on Blogging Theology
Dear readers and contributors to Blogging Theology. A concerned reader and contributor has expressed exasperation at the “Insults, vulgarity and cheap shots that litter the comment sections. The overall tone of the blog has become absurdly polemical, and frankly bitter” (see… Read More ›
“BloggingTheology” is Back!
bittersweet news indeed!
Welcome to Blogging Theology
Bismillāh. Today we begin a new journey in the ever changing story of Blogging Theology. Happily, many of our regular distinguished writers such as Eric bin Kisam, Denis Giron and Paul Williams will continue to produce quality writing for BT…. Read More ›