Rene Salm's wonder

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Giuseppe
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Rene Salm's wonder

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I do wonder how broadly a (welcome) chronological ‘drift’ is presently encountered in the halls of scholarship and invite readers to send along information on any scholars who promote a second century dating for one or more of the canonical gospels (and/or for the Pauline epistles).

http://www.mythicistpapers.com/2022/05/ ... ime-shift/

Indeed.
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Added my 2 cents. But it's interesting to see the increase of orthodoxy. The usual suspects were wildly enthusiastic about this little booklet - biblical academic will never change, and continue ruminating the buzz in their echo chamber

I just learned from a starting academic that she was on 15k salary for the first 10 years - rats on a starvation diet will fight for their own lives and everyone else's
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Salm's archaeological experience?
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He has written a book rather dense, well learned (but a bit boring), about the old and new (especially economical) business around Nazareth.
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