This site began as my experimental test bed for the Amos commentary. That commentary which became known as Amos: Postmodern Bible is available here, in a changeable development form. A stable and therefore citable edition has now been peer-reviewed, and published as the first "volume" of a planned series Hypertext Bible Commentary (see here to buy on CD or visit on the web here).
On this site are also some other Bible study notes that I prepared. So currently it contains:
Study Notes on Jonah (including an introduction to Hebrew narrative)
To find out about me either visit my sites, or read a short autobiography (its a few years out of date now) or look at my CV.
Other sites I run include:
I make short videos (many are about the Bible or teaching the Bible)
5 Minute Bible podcasts about the Bible that aim to be short crisp and provocative, introducing serious biblical studies
my blog Sansblogue with thoughts about hypertext, teaching the Bible and life in general
Images of Archaeological Sites in Israel: Focusing on the Iron Age with some short introductory videos
PodBible: the Bible podcast the CEV read by real people (not an American actor) a chapter a day or the Bible in a year
Children's bedtime stories: some read (including Rudyard Kipling's Just So Stories) some animated including some Beatrix Potter
Ancien Testament: méthodes d'étude: an introduction to the academic study of the Old Testament (in French)
This page is part of the Bible.gen.nz website.
Copyright (c) Tim Bulkeley 2007