I hope your October is going well. If not, maybe these reads will brighten things up a bit:
– Daniel Kirk has written a new evangelical manifesto.
– C. Michael Patton wants to know if Jesus could have gotten a math problem wrong.
– Craig Blomberg answers some questions on stewardship.
– Andrew Perriman asks whether Romans 9-11 discusses corporate or individual election. Michael Patton discusses the same question here and Dan Wallace here.
– Larry Hurtado has posted some papers on how early Christians negotiated their existence.
– Bill Mounce says there is a normal sentence order in Greek.
– David Stark notifies us that the Greek text of Justin’s Dialog with Trypho is available online.
– T.B. Williams writes on the long ending of Mark.
– Scott Lencke continues his review of Peter Enn’s Inspiration and Incarnation.
– James K.A. Smith reviews Hipster Christianity.
– Trevin Wax reviews Stephen Prothero’s God is Not One.
– Several theologians tell us their choices for the best theology books of the last twenty-five years.
– Brian Johnson asks us how you know what you know.
And GO SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS!