Another week, another set of links (Oh, and by the way, Go Steelers!):
– Peter Enns discusses various interpretations of Gen. 2.15.
– Bryan Lilly asks if Joshua 10 parallels Mt. 27-28.7 and if it does, what are the implication?
– Joseph Kelly has theological questions concerning the natural disasters of the Book of Haggai.
– T.C. Robinson reminds us that the gospels are not “merely” facts. Also, he shares a few points on reading good commentaries and he updates us on his theological journey. Rodney Thomas shares his theological journey as well.
– Daniel Kirk discusses the deacons of Acts 6.
– Bill Mounce writes on the statement “are being saved” in 1 Cor. 15.2.
– Charles Savelle notes the New Covenant implications of Jesus’ sacrificial death in Heb. 9.23-28.
– What do you think of “Q“?
– C. Michael Patton writes on exegesis and theology.
– Mark Goodacre discusses whether or not there was an actual Jesus of Nazareth.
– James McGrath tells us his thoughts on the Apostle Paul.
– Larry Hurtado provides a list of the earliest Christian manuscripts.
– Nijay Gupta asks whether or not ancient Greeks thought their statues were living.
– Derek Ouellette reviews James Payton Jr.’s book Getting the Reformation Wrong.
– Nick Norelli reviews Millard J. Erickson’s book Who’s Tampering with the Trinity?
– Chris Reese reviews Richard Mouw’s Uncommon Decency.
– Western Seminary has a contest for a copy of Gary Thomas’ book Sacred Marriage.
– Scot McKnight writes about the shift amongst evangelicals toward liturgy.
– Brian Fulthorp asks if our desire to be “relevant” has gotten us into trouble. Also, he has some good points on why you should blog!
– Anthony Bradley has some stinging words about how we ought to show our love for the city.
– Nigel Biggar talks about how Christians should behave in public.
– The 2011 SBL International call for papers has been given.