- Glasto turns religious 27/06/2022
- The constitutional right to kill 25/06/2022
- Logic on fire 19/06/2022
- Revisiting Genesis 1 as a tabernacle-building text 13/06/2022
- Tits up on Springwatch 10/06/2022
Daily Archives: 04/05/2017
I like to keep tabs on Biblical archaeology from time to time, not only because I wanted to be an archaeologist till my Auntie Dorothy put me off by saying they spend all day down a hole, but because it’s fun to see 19th century mythology about the Bible writers slowly being eroded by a steady trickle of confirmatory evidence (by which you can tell that I’m not sympathetic to the archaeological “minimalists” of the last couple of decades).