Most of my graduate work has been in the area of New Testament studies. I have been taught by some great scholars and have read many books in this area. Throughout these years, I have […]
At the beginning of twentieth century, Albert Schweitzer wrote a book called, The Quest of the Historical Jesus. In this book (which I highly recommend), Schweitzer guides the reader through the post-enlightenment attempts of (mostly […]
It is often claimed that gnosticism may have been the original form of Christianity or that in the beginning, both gnosticism and what is known today as orthodox Christianity were equal options. Darrell Bock shares in this […]
New Testament scholar Darrel Bock shares why he believes the Bible.
The web-site www.bethinking.org has a great lecture by Darrell Bock on the Jesus Seminar. I enjoy Darrell’s work and I read his blog regularly. Dr. Bock teaches New Testament at a conservative seminary (Dallas Theological […]
I just had three book reviews published in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism. They include N.T. Wright’s The Resurrection of the Son of God, Darrell Bock’s The Missing Gospels and Richard Bauckham’s Jesus […]