New Testament scholarship
The Gospel of Luke denies Jesus died for our sins!
We continue a series of talks on the New Testament with the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles. Professor Dale Martin is a distinguished American New Testament scholar who taught at Yale University for over 30 years…. Read More ›
How Jesus Became Christian with Professor Barrie Wilson
We discuss How Jesus Became Christian by Barrie Wilson… Wilson is Professor Emeritus in Humanities and Religious Studies, at York University, Toronto. As an academic historian and philosopher of religion, he specialises in three centuries: the 1st century BCE and… Read More ›
Blogging Theology exclusive: World-Class New Testament Scholar Professor Dale Allison on the historical Jesus
Dale C. Allison is an American New Testament scholar, historian of Early Christianity, and Christian theologian. He is currently the Richard J. Dearborn Professor of New Testament Studies at Princeton Theological Seminary and an ordained elder in the Presbyterian Church… Read More ›
Trinitarian bias in Bible translations with Professor Sean Finnegan
A Blogging Theology video recorded today.
Dr James Tabor will be joining me on Blogging Theology this Friday 14th May
I am honoured and pleased to announce that Dr James Tabor will be joining me on Blogging Theology this Friday 14th May. It will not be livestreamed but I intend to upload it on Youtube afterwards. I have read and… Read More ›
Revd Professor Keith Ward in discussion with Blogging Theology
Keith Ward discusses his work with Paul Williams of Blogging Theology. We discussed the gospels, Jesus, God, the early Church, and was a Muhammad a prophet of God.
The Great Commission in Matthew 28:18-20
I read from ‘Parting of the Ways: Between Christianity and Judaism and Their Significance for the Character of Christianity’ by Professor James D.G. Dunn, footnote to page 77. Matthew 28:18-20 And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in… Read More ›
I review ‘The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture’ by Professor Bart D. Ehrman
I read from ‘The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture: The Effect of Early Christological Controversies on the Text of the New Testament’ by Dr Bart D. Ehrman, published by Oxford University Press, US. 2011, pages 3-4. Victors not only write history:… Read More ›
The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel of Mark
The earliest Christian gospel (Mark) is missing the resurrection of Jesus story – but all our modern Bibles have it. I explain why.
The most powerful objection to my views on the Gospel of Jesus considered
I read from ‘Unity and Diversity: An Inquiry Into the Character of Earliest Christianity’ by Professor James D.G. Dunn. The institution of the Lord’s Supper in 1 Corinthians 11 (NRSV): ‘For I received from the Lord what I also handed… Read More ›