2010 has been a strange year blogwise. Had never expected so many readers — and especially appreciate the comments, supportive, corrective and informative.
Thanks all — glad to have made your company.
Wishing you all a good new year.
And may all the historical Jesus scholars be nice.
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Amen 🙂 Every good wish to you, Neil. Vridar is the best.
Best wishes for the New Year to you and your blog. I had been completely unaware of it until I recently did a search for atheism blogs and, thankfully, found yours listed here.
Happy New Year, Neil. Lots of good wishes for yourself and for Vridar – may you both continue to prosper and bring much needed rational thinking to the biblical blogosphere. Many thanks for sharing your thinking and research.
Felicitations for your continuing, successful efforts in producing such a unique, insightful blog, Neil. Best wishes in the New Year for your health, happiness, and your search for enriching knowledge!
Thanks for a great blog. Here’s hoping that this year our favorite NT scholars will focus more on history and less on hysterics.
Best wishes and I look forward to another wonderful year of Vridar blogging.
Cheers, Neil. Best wishes to you and all your readers.