Hitler’s Table Talk: Another Update

There’s more news about Hitler! In 2016 I published an update on the saga of Hitler’s Table Talk and its fraudulent or questionable quotations making him out to be an atheist that he wasn’t. That 2016 article contains the background explaining my involvement in this, and the status of the question to that point, which…

Misunderstanding the Burden of Proof

In matters of knowledge and belief, everything is probability. They who do not understand this, will commit innumerable errors, and waste gobs of time arguing to no purpose. This is especially evident in debates over who holds the burden of proof in any given matter, which debates will go nowhere and shed no light on…

Was the Long Ending of Mark Original? Carrier’s Closing Statement

Anglican scholar Jonathan Sheffield and I are debating whether the “long ending” of the Gospel of Mark (or “LE,” verses 16:9-20) is authentic or interpolated. For essential reading and references on the subject see chapter sixteen of Hitler Homer Bible Christ. This is our twelfth and final entry. For the rest: Sheffield’s opening statement. My…

Was the Long Ending of Mark Original? Sheffield’s Closing Statement

Anglican scholar Jonathan Sheffield and I are debating whether the “long ending” of the Gospel of Mark (or “LE,” verses 16:9-20) is authentic or interpolated. For essential reading and references on the subject see chapter sixteen of Hitler Homer Bible Christ. This is our eleventh and penultimate entry. For the rest: Sheffield’s opening statement. My…

Was the Long Ending of Mark Original? Fifth Reply

Anglican scholar Jonathan Sheffield and I are debating whether the “long ending” of the Gospel of Mark (or “LE,” verses 16:9-20) is authentic or interpolated. For essential reading and references on the subject see chapter sixteen of Hitler Homer Bible Christ. This is our tenth entry. If you are jumping in at the middle: Sheffield’s…

Was the Long Ending of Mark Original? Sheffield’s Fourth Response

Anglican scholar Jonathan Sheffield and I are debating whether the “long ending” of the Gospel of Mark (or “LE,” verses 16:9-20) is authentic or interpolated. For essential reading and references on the subject see chapter sixteen of Hitler Homer Bible Christ. This is our ninth entry. If you are jumping in at the middle, you…

Was the Long Ending of Mark Original? Fourth Reply

Anglican scholar Jonathan Sheffield and I are debating whether the “long ending” of the Gospel of Mark (or “LE,” verses 16:9-20) is authentic or interpolated. For essential reading and references on the subject see chapter sixteen of Hitler Homer Bible Christ. This is our eighth entry. If you are jumping in at the middle, you…

Was the Long Ending of Mark Original? Sheffield’s Third Response

Anglican scholar Jonathan Sheffield and I are debating whether the “long ending” of the Gospel of Mark (or “LE,” verses 16:9-20) is authentic or interpolated. For essential reading and references on the subject see chapter sixteen of Hitler Homer Bible Christ. This is our seventh entry. If you are jumping in at the middle, you…