While Mark’s geographical knowledge has been questioned in 21st-century terms, I am convinced that he expected the audience to understand, in 1st-century terms, the ethnography indicated by the geographical references.
Coming in 2019, AABS will start short, bi-monthly blog posts on topics of relevance for the AABS membership. Six steering committee members have volunteered to write the first blogs over the course of 2019. If these prove useful, the series will be continued and opened up to the membership. Stay tuned!
The AABS meeting will be in San Diego, 22 November 2019. All parts of the AABS Friday meeting will be held at St. Paul’s Cathedral (Episcopal), 2728 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, CA 92103 (619-298-7261), https://www.stpaulcathedral.org/. (We are hopeful that we will be able to arrange bus transportation from the convention center.) All are welcome to […]
The Biblical Association for the Church of Ireland has announced the topic of its most recent free Lenten Bible Study resource. The topic for 2019 is “Transforming Repentance: Coming Home to God.” This is the 8th such Lenten study produced by the group. The 2019 study is available here. The list of previous studies is […]
The 2019 meeting of the Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars will be held on Friday, November 22 off site in San Diego. We are hopeful that we will be able to arrange bus transportation from the conference center. All are welcome to join us from 5:00 to 9:00 pm for fellowship, Holy Eucharist, dinner (reservations […]