Mark Goodacre on the Markan Fragment

Mark Goodacre offers up some sage words on the Markan Fragment:

As far as I am concerned, this settles the question.  So often we are faced with artifacts appearing on the antiquities market with unknown provenances, or vague tales about their being found in caves somewhere.  Not here.  The artifact is from no less a source than GodAlmighty himself and his Facebook friend who knows some Greek.  What more do we need to know?

Words of wisdom, if there ever were any.


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