Prejudging and Missing the Point

   Mark, an anonymous poster over on TQuid’s blog, has commented about From Toronto to Emmaus: I’ve been reading your blog for a little while now and appreciate some of the stuff you do. This probably doesn’t go in this comment box, but I’m not sure where else to put. I know that you are associated with Mr. James White, and …

As a Traveler Rejoices Upon Arriving at His Destination…

…so is the end of a book for him who toils at writing. That’s a fairly close recreation of a common colophon found in handwritten manuscripts of the New Testament, and I fully understand the sentiment. And with that I am announcing that I have finished writing From Toronto to Emmaus: the Empty Tomb and the Journey from Skepticism to …

Interpreter of Gnostic Texts: Simcha Jacobovici

It pains me to explore the content of the Gospel of Thomas, as if it actually contained historical facts (it does not). Simcha Jacobovici thinks it does, and has put forth a story grid to fit the facts from this Gnostic book. For example, on page 98 in The Jesus Family Tomb, Jacobovici creates a story around facts culled from …

Evidence of Progress

   OK, I know this is dangerous. I am posting ten pages of a freshly written, completely unedited and unproofed chapter, but hey, I am used to the howls of my enemies, and I really don’t post here for them anyway. For those who are praying for this project, I thought I’d throw out a PDF of what I wrote last …