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Defining Reception History – Philip Davies and St. Paul

Posted by NT Wrong on November 27, 2008

Here’s two recent publications which help us to define that seemingly all-encompassing category, ‘Reception History’.

The first is Philip Davies’ thoughts on the recent SBL Meeting in Boston, care of Jim West.

The second is a television commercial featuring Noah (who, amongst other things, stored the books of Enoch on board his ark so that they could make the transition from antediluvial composition to postdiluvial reception — not that the books of Enoch are at all relevant for watching the tv commercial). Spotted on Ad Cummulus:

One Response to “Defining Reception History – Philip Davies and St. Paul”

  1. Hi NT Wrong!

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