Check Out the New Look for Early Christian Writings

Peter Kirby is asking for comments on his "new look" for his invaluable earlychristianwritings.com. I didn't think anything is wrong with his present style, but nevertheless like the changes he's making. They give it more of an old style academic feel.

I find it ironic that one of the best websites on early christian history is run by an atheist. Whatever his beliefs, however, the website is the best place on the web to find the primary sources of the early Christianity. It is also a great resource for getting references to online introductions about those sources. And, Kirby often offers his own thoughts and anlaysis. Sometimes I agree, sometimes I do not (and think that Kirby should spend more time reading N.T. Wright, Ben Witherington, Robert Gundry and others). But you can count on his comments being informed and reflecting the input of much modern scholarship.

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