Sent: Saturday, February 16, 2013 3:35 PM
Subject: Re: [ANE-2] Re: meta ANE-2
On 2/16/2013 12:08 PM, Stephen Goranson wrote:
> I wonder if Raphael Golb got the idea of writing under assumed names, as a
> sockpuppet, from Ian Hutchesson, who also wrote in support of all the
> Qumran scrolls coming from Jerusalem and having no Essene connection
It may well be. But he intimated in his response to the indictment that
he got the idea to do so from me, since he assumed the truth of the
claim made by a crank named Geoff Hudson that I not only owned every
Biblical studies list out there but that I incessantly posted under a
variety of names (including Charles Gadda [so much for his prescience]
and as you know, Stephen, you as well) so that I could argue with myself.
> . He evidently used assumed names on the old ane list and the old orion
> list. From the latter archives (online) he wrote as John J. Hays [not John
> H. Hayes of Emory U.] in 1998 and Ann L. Kraemer [not Ross S. Kraemer] in
> 1999 and as Ann Elk in 1999.
He posts today on at least one list under the "name" of "Spin".
Jeffrey B. Gibson D.Phil. Oxon.
1500 W. Pratt Blvd
As co-moderators for years, you and I have seen all kinds of
cyber-nuttiness, but to deflect from Golb and his trial to something that
would actually be interesting, just what solid evidence is there that the
people of the DSS and the people of the Qumran ruin were one and the same?
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