Chapter 3 - A Symbiotic Relationship : Codices and Manuscript Books
A page from Lindisfarne Gospels, circa 715 AD. The Lindisfarne Gospels are attributed to be the work of a monk named Eadfrith of Lindisfarne, who later became Bishop of Lindisfarne and died in 721. (3) It is believed the gospels were produced in honour of Cuthbert of Lindisfarne. These incorporates highly decorated illustrations in a detached form, and were originally encased in a fine leather binding covered with jewels and metals made by Billfrith the Anchorite in the 8th century. However…
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The Composition of the Lord's Prayer
As a follow up to my previous post here is more detail of Michael Goulder's argument that the Lord's Prayer was originally composed by the author of the Gospel of Matthew. I am referring to Goulder's "The Composition of the Lord's Prayer" as published 1963 in The Journal of Theological Studies. G
Another Look: Life in the King’s Garden (Bible Study on Gen 2)
By Chaplain Mike Before we dive into making comments about the "Historical Adam" controversy that the recent cover story in Christianity Today highlighted, I thought it would be good to review a