Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Raphael Golb, Robert Carghill, Rod of Alexandria

All things bright and beautiful.


Robert Cargill, on the one hand you condemn Raphael Golb, on the other you correspond with the master of aliases 'Rod of Alexandria'.
http://politicaljesus.com/2010/02/26/qumrancontroversy2/


You wrote: // February 26, 2010 at 10:35 AM
rod,
good post. thanx for the summary.  quick question: did jodi really reveal to the class that she was the peer-reviewer on a number of my article submissions and that she rejected each of them?
thanx. -bc


You also wrote: // February 26, 2010 at 10:39 AM
thank you, rod. again, good summary. it’s essentially what she said at my book review session. you’re welcome to chat me offline if you want to discuss further. btw – i’ve added you to my blogroll.
thx again – bc


It's interesting that Jodi Magness rejected all your submissions that she peer-reviewed.

Robert Cargill wrote:
"UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCE DO I DIALOG, BLOG, OR RESPOND TO ANONYMOUS PEOPLES HIDING IN THE SHADOWS, NOT HERE, NOT ANYWHERE. THANK YOU."
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Not even 'Rod of Alexandria'?

Robert Cargill wrote:
"But those of us who seek to do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with our God, will learn to approach the Bible as we do those whom we serve: with patience, forgiveness, empathy, and the kind of service and support that cares for the person, and not for the political position."


Patience, forgiveness, empathy, care for the person!  Robert Cargill, does this apply to Raphael Golb?