Monthly Archives: July 2008

Yet More Hebrew Tattoos You Do Not Want!

People never learn. Think before you ink! I came across a couple more examples of incorrect Hebrew tattoos. I can’t believe people don’t double and triple check foreign tattoos with someone they know understands the language before they get their … Continue reading

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Some Biblical Studies Carnival Business

Current Biblical Studies Carnival I trust everyone is aware the latest Carnival is online at Jim Getz’s Ketuvim blog. Make sure to check it out if you haven’t already. Upcoming Biblical Studies Carnivals I have worked on the schedule for … Continue reading

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Knohl, “Gabriel’s Revelation” Tablet, and the Resurrection

I just came home from the lake and noticed that many news sources are carrying a story about a paper that Professor Israel Knohl presented at an Israel Museum conference on his interpretation of the so-called “Gabriel’s Revelation” tablet. Knohl … Continue reading

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Happy Canada Day, Eh!!

Happy Canada Day to all of my fellow Canadians. While it may be uncharacteristic of Canadians to be so bold, but I personally think that Canada is the best place to live in the whole wide world. 🙂 If you … Continue reading

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