Tuesday, October 31, 2017

New post at W4 on Gospel examples in Licona

I have a new post up at What's Wrong With the World on some of Michael Licona's examples in the Gospels. Again, as always, this is not a personal attack but rather a scholarly dispute. If you are interested in these matters and have been inclined to think that Dr. Licona's work is well-supported, I urge you to follow this series and actually read the posts, or at least parts of them if you find the whole posts too long. Don't take someone else's word for what I'm doing. There is another post in the pipeline right now. The latest one concerns places where there is not even an apparent discrepancy between Gospels and where Licona conjectures a fictionalization anyway. These are what I call utterly unforced errors.

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