On this page I intend to put up some of my other musings on biblical related topics. Most still remain in note form at the moment and lurk in elusive places both in computers and elsewhere.
This is a political interpretation of the parable of the unforgiving servant (Matthew 18: 23- 35).
A dissertation on 'the problem of evil'. This is more philosophical theology than Biblical Studies, but it is relevant to Biblical studies in so far as it deals with problems of biblical interpretation and metaphor. After four chapters of exploration, Introduction, Concepts and theories of punishment, Does God punish?, and What is divine punishment?, I come to yet another radical conclusion. However, the best place to begin is probably the Synopsis and Contents
Mark Goodacre's site is the favourite bookmark of any serious student of the New Testament. It is widely acknowledged as the best of its kind. The quality links are all annotated and include such topics as: Learning New Testament Greek, non-canonical Christian texts, The Historical Jesus, Judaica, Women and Gender, Jesus in Film, and Paul and the Synoptic gospels. The ever expanding General Resources provides links to further excellent resources on the Bible and his Weblog is updated daily with the latest additions and topical information.
The Old Testament Gateway is a relative newcomer but it is promising to become as comprehensive and useful to scholars as the NTGateway.
provided by Torrey Seland Professor in Biblical Studies, Volda University, Norway. This was probably the first academic resource of note. It includes Bible texts, translations and related texts, Biblical studies electronically published, aspects of the Mediterranean Social World and a page on Philo of Alexandria.
Prof. Felix Just's website is the most comprehensive resource on John's Gospel and Johannine letters available. There are also two Internet discussion groups: one for scholars and one for more general discussion.
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