James McGrath: A Blog-Based Consensus

James McGrath: A Blog-Based Consensus

And so let me ask a key question: how do we make sure that discussions in the blogosphere involve the working towards consensus that historic scholarship involves? It seems to me that if one does a survey on blogs, one might find that rejection of the traditional two-source solution to the Synoptic is more common than it is in the academy as a whole. And so it is clear that the blogging scholars agree that the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife is a fake. How do we get from there to determining whether the rest of the scholarly community feels the same way?


About Michael R. Jones

Pastor and PhD candidate writing on Paul's theology of suffering.
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