Bible blog
Who is my neighbour? The Good Samaritan in a different light
Prof. Annette Merz
Jesus’ parables are among the most beloved Bible stories. They seem simple and are easy to remember. At the same...
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The Bible blog aims to inform a wide audience of the latest developments in Bible research. We focus on the big picture, but want to do justice to the facts. The views taken are those of the author, not necessarily those of the PThU.

Was Jesus married?
Annette Merz
Nowadays, when asked if Jesus was married, you are likely to get two kinds of answers: either an emphatic "Of course...
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About the PThU

The Protestant Theological University is a specialised university for the study of Christian theology, whose proud history stretches back over 150 years. Its renowned predecessors from Kampen, Leiden and Utrecht joined forces in 2007 to form the Protestant Theological University. Since 2012 the PThU has had its campuses in Groningen and Amsterdam. The PThU stands for solid and relevant theological education and research into developments in faith, church and world Christianity. We do our work out of a strong connection to the church and a fascination for how faith works in people's lives - and that includes the faith of our staff and students.


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