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James Arlandson Finishes Series on the Historical Reliability of the Gospels

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

Dr. James Arlandson, my first guest blogger, has just finished an in-depth series on the reliability of the Gospels. James in a fine scholar and an excellent communicator. I’ve been proud to supply a platform for his work. His final post includes a review of all previous fourteen posts, as well as some concluding thoughts. […]

New Post on the Gospels

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

Check out the latest entry by my guest blogger, James Arlandson. It’s called: “Similarities among John’s Gospel and the Synoptic Gospels”. This is an extraordinarily detailed and helpful piece. You may not check every cross reference today, but you’ll want to save this information for later. Thanks, James, for your continued excellence in your series […]

Eyewitness Testimony in John’s Gospel

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Check out the latest post in the excellent series by James Arlandson, my first guest blogger. In typical fashion, James puts up a very thorough and readable look at eyewitness testimony in John’s gospel.

Eyewitness Testimony in Mark’s Gospel

Wednesday, December 26th, 2007

Be sure to check out my guest blogger, James Arlandson, whose latest post is entitled “Eyewitness Testimony in Mark’s Gospel.”

A Couple of Helpful Links

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

Eyewitness Testimony in Mark’s Gospel
My guest blogger, Dr. James Arlandson, has put up the next post in his excellent series on the Gospels. Here’s everything you wanted to know about Mark and the reliability of this particular Gospel. Thanks, James.
Ramblin’ Dan on Flattened Silos
My colleague at The High Calling of Our Daily Work, Ramblin’ […]

More on the Gospels by James Arlandson

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

Check out the latest entry in his excellent series on the Gospels, this time on Matthew. Thanks, James.

Guest Blogger: The Gospel Traditions: Melt in your mouth?

Monday, November 19th, 2007

Dr. James Arlandson continues his series on the Gospels, this time focusing on the oral traditions behind the writing of the Gospels. As usual, this is a substantive post with lots of information and lots of links. Thanks, Jim, for this excellent post!

Guest Blogger: Archaeology and John’s Gospel: Is skepticism chic passé?

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007

Guest blogger James Arlandson puts up an extensive and well-researched piece on archelogy and its relationship to the Gospel of John. Once again, solid information with many excellent links. Be sure to check this out. (Note: It’s a long post, but well worth reading.)

Guest Blogger: Archaeology and the Synoptic Gospels: which way do the rocks roll?

Monday, November 5th, 2007

Check out James Arlandson’s most recent post on my Guest Blogger website. He’s put up some great material on archeology and the New Testament, including lots of helpful links.

Introducing My Guest Bloggers Website and Dr. James M. Arlandson

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

I have just inaugurated the markdroberts Guest Bloggers Website. On this site I will feature writers whose voices need to be heard in the blogosphere.
My first guest blogger is James M. Arlandson, Ph.D. Dr. Arlandson teaches World Religions, Humanities, Introduction to Philosophy, and Introduction to Ethics at various colleges. He has written many articles and […]