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Re: A Marginal Jew, Volume 5: The Parables

You are RIGHT on, Ron. This has been my consistent position since this, and other lists, began. I still get a lot of "shade" for my insistence to "follow the
Jack Kilmon
Jan 28
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Journal of the Jesus Movement in its Jewish Setting forum

Just a reminder that JJMJS has a forum for comments on its articles (in two issues so far). Comments are welcomed there. www.jjmjs.org/
Stephen Goranson
Jan 28
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Re: A Marginal Jew, Volume 5: The Parables

Ron, No, Meier doesn't base a primitive form of the Wicked Tenants on Thomas. He follows the (correct, as I take it) view that Thomas is dependent on the other
Loren Rosson
Jan 28
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Re: A Marginal Jew, Volume 5: The Parables

Loren, Thanks for your review of Meier's book on the parables. It looks as if his methodology has ensured a reasonable degree of objectivity, and this is to be
Ronald Price
Jan 28
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Re: A Marginal Jew, Volume 5: The Parables

To: Crosstalk Cc: Alpha Responding to: Loren Rossen On: Meier v5 (Parables) From: Bruce Loren has come on enthusiastic about Meier's latest. I regret to say I
E Bruce Brooks
Jan 27
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A Marginal Jew, Volume 5: The Parables

 List, Here's a review I blogged of John Meier's book on the parables. It's hard to believe that it's been 25 years since the first volume of A Marginal Jew,
Loren Rosson
Jan 27
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Proposed original letters behind 2 Corinthians

I present here (on Corpus-Paulinum and XTalk) a new proposal for the form of the original correspondence behind what we know as '2 Corinthians'. Some critical
Ronald Price
Jan 6
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Greetings

Happy New Year to one and all! Best Wishes JOHN E STATON (BA Sheffield; DipTheol. Bristol) Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK www.christianreflection.org.uk Sent
methodist
Dec 31, 2015
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Christmas Greetings

A happy Christmas to one and all. Best Wishes JOHN E STATON (BA Sheffield; DipTheol. Bristol) Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK www.christianreflection.org.uk
methodist
Dec 24, 2015
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The second issue of Journal of the Jesus Movement in its Jewish Sett

at http://www.jjmjs.org/ Stephen Goranson http://people.duke.edu/~goranson/
Stephen Goranson
Oct 21, 2015
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Re: Papyrus p114, a fragment of Hebrews

Given the size of the papyrus 5 7/8" x 9 6/8" and 27 line estimate, I don't think one side would have 1:1 through 1:12 (at least). That would mean that it
Jack Kilmon
Aug 5, 2015
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Re: Papyrus p114, a fragment of Hebrews

Hello Jack, Thanks for your reply. Jack: I think a papyrus scroll would be unusual. Ron: This may be behind Comfort & Barrett's thinking, but if so, they
Ronald Price
Aug 5, 2015
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Re: Papyrus p114, a fragment of Hebrews

Hi Ron: I think a papyrus scroll would be unusual. I think P114 is the verso. If you imagine the recto with the title and first 25 lines to 1:6, the verso
Jack Kilmon
Aug 5, 2015
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Papyrus p114, a fragment of Hebrews

I'm puzzled about the claims of Comfort & Barrett about this fragment. Firstly, they claim that no writing on the reverse side of the fragment indicates it was
Ronald Price
Aug 5, 2015
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Re: horn tooting: my book on the LP/DP

Congrats! I hope your book is well received. With regards, Greg _________________________ Gregory Leiby Greenville, SC, USA 864-270-8851 ... From:
Gregory Leiby
Jun 2, 2015
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