Professor Jimmy Dunn writes: ‘On the question of the historical value of John’s Gospel there is probably one of the biggest gulfs between New Testament scholarship and the ‘man in the pew’. In preaching and devotional Bible study the assumption is regularly made… Read More ›
New Testament scholar professor Daniel Kirk muses on the translation of Exodus 3:14 in the Greek translation of the Bible as used by Mark. The question has christological implications.
This is a very helpful explanation of an often misunderstood teaching
“Where is the Injeel?”: a Christian asks. Answered by Ibn Issam: “The four Gospels and Christian scriptures are clearly not the Injeel. They make numerous unhistorical claims about Jesus which cannot possibly be true. The Injeel is a revelation given by God to… Read More ›
QUESTION: You mention in your book Forgeries and Counter Forgeries that John most likely did not write the Gospel attributed to him as he almost certainly could not write in Greek. I seem to remember you writing that the Greek of that… Read More ›