Monthly Archives: April 2009
Epigraphy is not a word you toss out over a Starbucks. It’s one of those specialty words, a bit of academic jargon in Biblical studies and archaeology. It is the study of inscriptions (epigraphs), which means ancient writing usually on … Continue reading
Part of my journey in the past five years has been re-assessing what I think I know about life, God, the Bible, and theology. It has been a particularly fruitful time, this half decade. Paradigms should be questioned and knowledge … Continue reading
I have five loves in terms of study and scholarship: theology, rabbinics, New Testament, Second Temple Jewish literature, and Hebrew Bible studies. You might not know it from Messianic Jewish Musings, but my greatest area of competence is actually in … Continue reading
For any who are praying and have been following the prayer topics added by the UMJC for the Omer counting, I’ve posted the new week at tikvatdavid.com on the bottom of the home page.
Wow! I just saw this on Scot McKnight’s blog (a favorite hangout of mine). A.N. Wilson, British writer and formerly a fervent critic of Christianity and religion, and author of a book which dismisses Jesus, is not only a believer, … Continue reading
And on the fifteenth day of the same month is the Feast of Unleavened bread to the Lord; for seven days you shall eat unleavened bread. On the first day you shall have a holy convocation; you shall not do … Continue reading