Category Archives: Brentford Trilogy

Separating Historical Wheat from Religious Chaff

Jesus: Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium, by Bart D. Ehrman – I have read several of Ehrman’s books on biblical scholarship, and I quite enjoy his writing style. It’s informative, easily accessible, and sometimes humorous. This book on Jesus … Continue reading

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The Pope, the Puns, and the Puppet

The Antipope, by Robert Rankin – I believe this was Rankin’s first novel, and it’s also the first volume of what came to be known as the Brentford Trilogy. It shows clear signs of what would become Rankin’s signature style, … Continue reading

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