The prestigious Oxford Bible Commentary on the Gospels (published by Oxford University Press) is clear that the author of Matthew’s gospel deliberately changed the words of Jesus in the earlier gospel of Mark because they were “embarrassing” to him. Why were… Read More ›
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 ›
This is very instructive for Muslims.
During the Summer of 2018, Bart D. Ehrman and Peter J. Williams joined as guests with moderator Justin Brierley on the “Unbelievable” show called “The Big Conversation,” Season 2-Episode 3. The story of Jesus: Can we trust the historical reliability… Read More ›
Someone came to Jesus with this question: “Teacher, what good deed must I do to have eternal life?” 17 “Why ask me about what is good?” Jesus replied. “There is only One who is good. But to answer your question—if you want to receive… Read More ›