May 15, 2012

A snapshot of the value of Biblioblogs

I am a rather infrequent blog author, mostly restricting my posts to book reviews and some occasional reflections. But I am also a blog reader. I read this morning an interesting piece from Ben Witherington on his blog, an interview between Ben and Dr. James Charlesworth of Princeton regarding the Taploit Tomb discoveries and the contested readings of the inscriptions:

What is fun is that, not only is this a timely interaction between two eminent scholars, but in the comments, Dr. Mark Goodacre, Dr. Richard Bauckham, and Dr. Robert Cargill respond. It's fascinating to see interaction between such distinguished scholars in real time.

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