I Corinthians/I Clement are not evidence for a church at Corinth

In Satyricon, written in the 50s or 60s CE, we learn that the famous Corinthian bronze was an alloy. The term “Corinthian” in common parlance could have denoted “mixtures” in general. I Corinthians and 1 Clement are pastoral letters concerning mixtures of doctrines. (See 1 …

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The history of the Basilica of Saint Clement in Rome is consistent with my scenario

The archaeology and early history of the Basilica of Saint Clement in Rome are consistent with my book, The Two Gospels of Mark: Performance and Text. The archaeology links Pope Clement I to a church that began as a first-century private house. (I proposed that …

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