And it’s not even in the list of Top 50 as far as I can see. But it looks so good it could be thought to be a sibling of Vridar at its best.
Articles are well researched, attractively presented, informative, including recommended resources. Their author is
. . . Paul Davidson, a professional Japanese-English translator living and working in Japan. Paul also studies part-time in the Humanities program at the Open University of Japan, with a focus on language, archaeology, and Mediterranean history. At present, biblical studies is purely a personal interest of his.
Of particular interest to me:
- a chart of the chronology of Syria 40 BCE to 70 CE
- a list of “deliberate mistranslations in the NIV”
- scholarly articles on
- the Exodus and plagues of Egypt
- a comparison between the genealogies of Jesus in Luke and Matthew
- allusions to Epimenides in the New Testament
- the Book of Enoch and background to certain NT epistles
- layers of tradition behind the stories of the slaying of Goliath . . .
Paul has others on more current interests, too — such as Readers of the Lost Ark: Following the Literary Trail of an Ancient Religious Symbol
But when you visit Paul’s blog don’t forget Vridar still loves you so don’t desert her completely.
Latest posts by Neil Godfrey (see all)
- Restoring Trust in Science as a Source of Reliable Knowledge - 2021-02-27 22:22:25 GMT+0000
- Raised in a Cult - 2021-02-26 21:21:33 GMT+0000
- Silicon Valley’s Brave New World — and Chinese Communism may be its Beacon - 2021-02-25 13:01:19 GMT+0000
If you enjoyed this post, please consider donating to Vridar. Thanks!