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Mark Goodacre
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British Resident Alien living in North Carolina, USA, Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at Duke University, Dept of Religion
British Resident Alien living in North Carolina, USA, Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at Duke University, Dept of Religion

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NT Pod 83: Who Wrote the Gospels? And When?
NT Pod 83 asks "Who wrote the Gospels, and when?" It is 21 minutes long. NT Pod 83: Who wrote the Gospels, and when? (mp3) Feel free to leave your feedback below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page . Thanks to Ram2000 , "Me and You" , for the opening the...
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NT Pod 82: What are the Gospels?
NT Pod 82 asks "What are the Gospels?". It is 24 minutes long. NT Pod 82: What are the Gospels? (mp3) Feel free to leave your feedback below or on Twitter or on our Facebook page . Thanks to Ram2000 , "Me and You" , for the opening theme, released under a ...
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NT Pod 81: Albert Schweitzer & the Quest of the Historical Jesus
NT Pod 81 discusses "Albert Schweitzer and the Quest of the Historical Jesus". It is 22 minutes long. NT Pod 81: Albert Schweitzer & the Quest of the Historical Jesus (mp3) Key texts: Matt. 10.23, Mark 15.34 // Matt. 27.46. The episode features brief clips...
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Favourite -- and least favourite -- Jesus Films
Every couple of years, I teach a course on Jesus in Film at Duke. Last time I taught the course, I ran a fun poll at the end in which I asked students "What is your favourite Jesus film?" I posted the results here . This year's results are now in! Amazingly...
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Further Response to Alan Garrow
I am grateful to Alan Garrow for responding to my post on Garrow's Flaw (details and links here) over on Bart Ehrman's blog . I had pointed out that Garrow's model diagnoses high verbatim double tradition passages as the result of Matthew's copying of Luke ...
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Review of The Star by Emily Waples
It's fun to be teaching a course on Jesus in Film when a new Jesus film comes out! The Star  (dir. Timothy Reckardt) was released in November in time for the pre-Christmas crowds. I gave my students the opportunity to write a review of the film for extra cr...
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Review of The Star by Emily Waples
It's fun to be teaching a course on Jesus in Film when a new Jesus film comes out! The Star  (dir. Timothy Reckardt) was released in November in time for the pre-Christmas crowds. I gave my students the opportunity to write a review of the film for extra cr...
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Garrow's Flaw
Over on Bart Ehrman's blog , there has been some fun relating to the Synoptic Problem. A commenter promised $1,000 to Prof. Ehrman's blog's charities if he engaged with Alan Garrow's work on the Synoptic Problem. Since I have read and thought about Dr Garro...
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Early Christianity Position at Duke
I am happy to be able to post the following announcement of a position in Early Christianity in our department at Duke: -- The Department of Religious Studies within Trinity College of Arts & Sciences at Duke University invites applications and nominations ...
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Mark Mattison's Gospels.net
I am grateful to Andrew Bernhard for sending over news of a change in his website  Gospels.net . He posted the following message on Labor Day: Thank you to all who have visited my site during the past twenty years. I am humbled by the attention it has recei...
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