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As the body of knowledge regarding biblical scholarship continues to develop over time, there will be many situations where information that were presented on this and other websites will simply become obsolete. That’s just the way any kind of academic body of knowledge evolves over time. Accordingly, if you notice that something is off or just inaccurate because it no longer applies, do speak up and let us know. Fill out the form below, so we can get to the bottom of the matter quickly.
Similarly, if you are familiar with any kind of resource involving Nag Hammadi texts or other ancient biblical scripts, please reach out to us. Let us know so we can share these resources with as many people as possible.
If you are excited about biblical scholarship, wait until you see other people from all over the world, who are also excited and inspired by the academic action on the ground regarding the texts that either influenced or disagreed with the group of writings we now commonly refer to as the Christian Bible.
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We understand that biblical scholarship tends to involve differences of opinion that they often involve debates. Instead of running away or brushing these under the rug, we would rather foster such debates so people can air out their opinions in a welcoming and open platform that people from all over the world can access. This is the place. If you have any sort of commentary, opinion or point of view regarding an ancient Bible bibliography, this is the place to do it.
Make no mistake about it; we don’t censor, nor do we automatically condemn certain points of view as offensive or heretical. Instead, we truly believe in the enriching power of open debate in information exchange.
The interesting thing about any kind of archaeology is the fact that things change on the ground very quickly. We understand how this plays out, and this is why we have put together a platform where you can share late-breaking news and commentary. Whether it involves a new discovery or some sort of serious rethinking of pre-existing ideas, doctrines and bibliographical approaches, feel free to share here.