Dan Wallace and Bart Ehrman have had another debate. Dan blogs about his arguments and strategy here (including news about mysteriously unknowable new manuscripts including the autograph of Mark). Andreas Ko/estenberger was there too and didn't like Dan's approach, he blogs about it here (Dan answers Andreas' critique in a long and interesting comment). I don't know what Bart thought about it all.
The life and death of Pompey the Great
Even by the standards of Rome in the first century BC, Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus had an eventful life. The son of Strabo, a man so loathed by the Romans that hi...
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