A Consultation on Method, Myth, and Madness in New Testament Studies
Maurice Casey, “Mythicism: A Story of Incompetence, Bias and Falsehood”
R. Joseph Hoffmann, “Controversy, Mythicism, and the Historical Jesus”
Stephanie Louise Fisher, “An Exhibition of Incompetence: Trickery, Dickery, Bayes”
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Excellent news! I´m really looking forward to it.
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Many thanks for making these available Joe.
My thanks to Joe, Stephanie, and Maurice for their fascinating and thought-provoking essays! I learned quite a bit and I look forward to reading more! I look forward to more work by Dr. Casey and his forthcoming book!
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@ Godfrey: “…for saying essentially the same thing.” If you truly believe this, then the interpretative skills of the mythtics are even more rudimentary than I had at first imagined.
More mythtic glossolalia.
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