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Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Expository Times

Mark Goodacre has noted the Sept edition of Expository Times. Given that I've got something in it on the historical Jesus' attitude to rich people of his time I thought I should exploit the free plug of this blog. The other NT article is by David G. Horrell, 'Familiar Friend or Alien Stranger? On Translating the Bible'. Both our articles were coincidentally products of the Exeter NT group run by David Horrell in the Dept of Theology. David's article really must be read by anyone interested in ways in which the Bible can be translated with lots of important stuff on inclusive language and cultural differences. And it includes swear words.

2 Comments:

Blogger J. B. Hood said...

James,

Just noticed this at ntgateway and hastened over to your blog and to get your insights on ManU-Deb (not televised obviously in the states).

I literally ran a proposal to a colleague of mine on historical Jesus and wealth not one week ago. Glad to know you're tracking on the same turf--can't wait to read it.

J B Hood

August 10, 2005

 
Blogger James Crossley said...

Hope you like it Jason. For what it is worth I think there is plenty of work to be done on the historical Jesus and wealth so good luck if you pursue that line.

August 10, 2005

 

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