LODLIB-4 (10 pages) uploaded to: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3974907
This LODLIB details and expounds a set of 10 new scientific hypotheses and related Socratic questions related to the scientific discovery and restoration of the First Gospel (Qn).
Hypothesis 1. The movement of Joshua of Nazareth started between 34 CE and 37 CE (not 27-30 CE as almost all scholars currently think).
Hypothesis 2. The co-leader and chief patron of the Joshua Movement was Miryam, who was originally the leader of an entourage of women supporting John the Baptist, but who transferred her allegiance to Joshua after John was imprisoned.
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Campus news piece sent out by email today featured our recently edited book on Mimesis Criticism of the New Testament. Thank you to the most excellent team in Strategic Communications for sharing this publication and those of other faculty!
Here I continue the initial summary of reviews of my 2013 monograph, as well as my summary of the review in Bryn Mawr Classical Review. Again, allow me to provide quotes directly from the reviews in their original languages, along with English translations for those who would prefer them.
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