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Ben Witherington Review of The Unseen Realm, Part 1

I’m grateful that Dr. Ben Witherington has taken the time to not only read my book, The Unseen Realm, but also to blog about it. Here is the first installment of his review, which took the form of an interview/exchange with me.

Ben is a well-known New Testament scholar who has made many contributions to biblical studies. In addition to his many books, Ben has been a regular blogger for years — one of those scholars that try to serve the non-specialist, a ministry that, as you all know, is close to my heart.1 Ben and I would of course have our interpretive differences, but he does exactly what I hoped scholars (especially in fields outside Hebrew Bible) would do — read the book through in a thoughtful way. To have a scholar of Ben’s stature enjoy the book and share it with his audience is gratifying.

  1. In addition to his current blogging site, Ben’s old blog site has a great deal of material interacting with things like Jesus conspiracies, Jesus studies, and general biblical studies.

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Naked Bible Podcast Episode 77 – Interviews from ETS and SBL, Part 1

This episode is now live.

During this year’s annual academic meetings (Evangelical Theological Society, Society of Biblical Literature, ASOR, AAR, etc.) I stopped various attendees and asked them a few short questions about themselves and the event. If you wanted to know who goes to these things and what happens, here you go!

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