I have so many blog clippings at the moment that I'd like to comment on. Since I'm about to take a week's break from blogging, that is not going to happen, so instead here is a round-up of a few recent things I thought at least worth mentioning.
I was pleased that on Sansblogue Tim Bulkeley drew our attention to something I'd otherwise have missed, Andrew Jones on TallSkinnyKiwi.com:
If the Bible was blogged
I have also been meaning to draw attention to the latest on the Gospel of Judas on Hypotyposeis:
Detering on the Gospel of Judas
The same Detering has radical views on the dating of the Gospels, and Michael Turton discusses his dating of Mark on The Sword:
Was Detering Right about the Date of Mark?
Meanwhile on Gypsy Scholar, Jeffery Hodges notes that I'll be pleased that he's blogged on something NT related:
A Gnostic Turn for the Worse
And there are a couple of things that need adding to the NT Gateway but have not been yet. First, on Biblical Theology, Jim West mentions this site:
Computer Assisted Language Learning: Koine Greek
Second, on Biblaridion Bryan Cox notes the need of indexing the image of P26, something I'll definitely be doing:
Manuscript P26 . . . Found!