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Mark Goodacre

Mark Goodacre's Homepage
- CV (PDF)
- Brief Bio
- Books (Authored)
- Books (Edited)
- Articles
- Book Reviews
- Media


NT Gateway

NT Blog

NT Pod

The Aseneth Home Page
The Case Against Q Web Site
Way Through the Maze
All-in-One Biblical Resources Search
Synoptic-L

Department of Religious Studies
Duke University


Mark Goodacre
Duke University
Department of Religious Studies
Gray Bldg./Box 90964
Durham, NC 27708-0964

Phone: 919-660-3503
Fax: 919-660-3530
Email: Goodacre@duke.edu

Last updated on:
8 May 2014

2014 Mark Goodacre


Mark Goodacre's Homepage


Welcome to the homepage of Mark Goodacre, Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins in the Dept of Religious Studies at Duke University, North Carolina, USA. This homepage provides CV, details of publications including some full text reproductions; links to internet sites authored by me and more. A brief bio is available. Please follow the links below for more. And for the latest updates and information, don't forget to visit my blog.

 



Books (Authored)
Details of my authored books, with links to book websites, including supplementary material.

Books (Edited)
Details of my edited books.

Articles
Details of articles published, with full text reproductions of several of these.

Book Reviews
Details of book reviews published, with full text reproductions of many.

Media
Details of my work on radio and television.

CV (PDF)
Curriculum Vitae, PDF.

 


NT Gateway
Directory of annotated links to academic resources on the New Testament.

NT Blog
Blog focusing on academic New Testament studies. Updated regularly.

NT Pod
Podcast on the New Testament and Christian Origins

All-in-One Biblical Resources Search
Search internet resources on the Bible from one site.

The Aseneth Home Page
Text, notes and bibliography to the pseudepigraphical Joseph and Aseneth.

The Case Against Q Web Site
Website exploring the Farrer Theory, or Marcan Priority without Q.

Way Through the Maze
Companion site to my introductory book on The Synoptic Problem: A Way Through the Maze.

Synoptic-L
E-List focusing on the academic discussion of the Synoptic Gospels.