Monday, August 22, 2005

I don't have much time to post today, so I'll just leave leave 2 links here. The first, is an example of how a conservative biblical scholar's position on the synoptic problem has gotten him into hot water with his denomination (Daniel Wallace and the Baptists). The second is an article in The Master's Seminary Journal that sets out to so much of what I will do in my dissertation, though I will do a better job than the article! FWIW, most of the article is a rehash of David Laird Dungan's arguments in A History of the Synoptic Problem: The Canon, the Text, the Composition,
and the Interpretation of the Gospels
(New York: Doubleday, 1999). I hope to meet with Dungan soon about his research.

And I don't know why BK complains about the heat in Gainesville. A quick check at shows that the all-tim highs in June, July, and August are higher in Moulton, Alabama (101, 106, 103), Murfreesboro, Tennessee (103, 108, 109) than they are in Gainesville, Florida (102, 99, 99). Tick the "record high" box on the chart to see them.


Blogger whatusay said...

You flatter me.

5:01 PM  

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