Monday, April 11, 2005

A Tale of Three Sites

A question on Stumpers about the kind of synagogue Pope John Paul II visited elicited several links to Biblical topics.
I don't recall sharing them before, but if so, I'll edit this post. If you haven't delved into Stumpers archives, it's a fascinating way to find bon mots and other items.
Here they are
Bible and Archaeology, Bible news, Interpretation and Archaeology, Excavations in the Holy Land Part of the scope of this site is to provide scholarly information for the general public and the student. The institutions who support this site are listed on the left. I don't know if this is the only place to locate some of the essays provided, but they certainly provide a range of thought. For instance, the group of articles devoted to the Passion range from reviews to literary criticism and all points in between.

Another site provides articles on ancient history. From the quick glance through it, the individual articles are signed

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