This week’s list of noteworthy links includes the following:
– Derek Ouellette has written an intro to David L. Allen’s book Lukan Authorship of Hebrews here.
– Andrew Perriman goes through several passages in the gospels that are commonly attributed as proof that Jesus claimed to be God and argues that none of them actually do so here. Similarly, he asks if Jesus “acted” as God here.
– There have been several discussions regarding the celebration of national holidays during worship gatherings and the displaying of flags in church buildings. Mike Bird has some thoughts here. Nick Norelli writes a response here. Marc Cortez discusses the subject here. Michael Gorman weighs in here.
– James Crossley adds his comments to the ongoing discussion regarding the future direction of SBL here.
– Scot McKnight asks is ecology is part of the gospel here.
– Several Christian leaders were asked to list some books that have changed their lives here.
– There is a new theological journal for students which you can learn more about here.
– The Englewood Review of Books lists the top ten books of the first half of 2010 here.
– Bruce Reyes-Chow will be teaching a course of social media in ministry at McCormick Theological Seminary this fall. For more information go here.