Daily Archives: December 4, 2006

3 posts

“Christian Rocks”

This is from one of our student bloggers at engage.shc.psu.edu/students. The title is in reference to Christian music (not my moniker) and, I don’t think Adam will mind my saying, the entry is somewhat surprising coming from this individual. 😉 All I can add is “Amen, amen!” CHRISTIAN ROCKS I swear, i’m not going to blog about music again… i lied . BUT, there’s actually some relevence to my music musings. The final project for […]

Evans on the Gospel of Judas

Big hat tip to Jim West: The Gospel of Judas Re-Examined From the CBC story: Some scholars are refuting an interpretation of a 1,700-year-old document claiming to prove that Judas was a hero and not a villain. Craig Evans, a professor of New Testament studies at Acadia Divinity College in Nova Scotia, was part of the team that unveiled the Gospel of Judas last spring. The document is written in Coptic script, an ancient Egyptian […]

St. Isidore of Seville

From the CHE:Patron Saint of Internet Shines in New Data Center at Boston College The Vatican has declared that St. Isidore of Seville is the patron saint of the Internet, and now his image — in the form of a stained-glass window — casts its colors in Boston College’s new data center (left). … One of the windows depicts St. Isidore (c. 560-636), who served as a powerful bishop in present-day Spain and is best […]