Monthly Archives: November 2010

Christian Manuscripts I: Reliability and Overview

This may the greatest challenge that I’ve ever had: write a blog post in less than 500 words. The idea behind this self-imposed limit is that I hope to make this series of posts readable, which stands in stark contrasts … Continue reading

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Quadrigamy and Art History

No, I do not really believe that art history has anything specifically to do with four marriages. After all, correlation isn’t necessarily causation. Just because your wife caught you with that girl from the art gallery last weekend does not … Continue reading

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