– Fr. Ted Bobish is writing about Adam, the first human and how he is depicted in 2 Esdras (here and here) and the writings of Paul.
– Peter Enns wraps up his series on Cain.
– Twenty-five key resources for studying the Book of Exodus.
– Nick Norelli asks why Jesus was tempted.
– Larry Hurtado begins addressing the identity of the “Son of Man” (here and here). Rodney Thomas addressed this as well here.
– Daniel Kirk ponders Jesus’ promise regarding answered prayer.
– T.C. Robinson shares Gordon Fee’s outline of Galatians. Also, in light of the earthquake in Japan, he asks why God allows natural disasters.
– Roger Olson writes on “post-conservative evangelicals”.
– James McGrath ponders what it would be like for liberal Christians to interact with the person of Jesus.
– Robert Barron explains why Jesus must be supernatural.
– Tim Challies tells us what else he’d have to deny to deny the doctrine of hell.
– Derek Ouellette reviews Miroslav Volf’s Captive to the Word of God and he begins reviewing Jesus, Paul, and the People of God here and here.
– Nijay Gupta reviews The Epistle to the Hebrews and Christian Theology.
– Cliff Kvidahl reviews Constantine Campbell’s Keep Your Greek.
Well, I have not fully laid out my position on “the Heir of Humanity”/”The Human One” just yet, but I’ll get there.
I’m not going to get to my Jesus, Paul, and the People of God for another week or so.
@Rod: When you do let me know and I will mention it.
@T.C.: I wanted a copy from IVP, but I owe them two book reviews already so I didn’t ask. Someday I will read it.
I understand what you mean. My copy actually came as a complimentary copy, so I was rather surprised and pleased. But I’m still going to do a review.
So glad IVP put the lectures in book form.
@T.C.: Maybe I will find a surprise in the mail. I doubt it though, unless it is just late.
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