Where were the nail-prints in Jesus’ hands – in his wrists or his palms?

Where were the nail-prints in Jesus’ hands – in his wrists or his palms?

This question was raised last Saturday during a day conference on biblical archaeology at Tyndale House in Cambridge. Put simply the problem was stated as follows: Crucifixion normally involved nailing the victim to a horizontal beam through the wrist between the radius and the ulna (the two bones of the forearm). The nail was then…

Andrew C. Clark on Apostleship: Evidence From the New Testament and Early Christian Literature

The following article is now available on-line in PDF: Andrew C. Clark, “Apostleship: Evidence From the New Testament and Early Christian Literature,” Vox Evangelica 19 (1989): 49-82. An interesting an wide-ranging study of what it the term “apostle” meant in the early church. The summary reads: W Bauer comments that in early Christian literature generally,…

Theology on the Web Hub launched

Theology on the Web Hub launched

I have today launched a “hub site” called “Theology on the Web” which contains some of the material that has previously been duplicated on several sites. Having a central hub will help me to be able to keep the shared material updated and help visitors to understand better the vision that underlies the development of…

Tyndale Bulletin Now On-line

I reported last year that Tyndale Bulletin would soon be available on-line to subscribers. Since then Dr Ted Hildebrandt of Gordon College has completed the huge task of scanning and proof-reading articles and, I am delighted to report, these all available free of charge up except for the last 3 years. Over the last few…