– Kevin Brown begins a study on the Christology of the Gospel of Mark.
– Nick Norelli discusses praying to Jesus from Jn. 14.14 and then Jn. 14 and 16 and what it means to “call on the name of the Lord“.
– Derek Ouellette talks about the nature of “Israel” in Rom. 11: Part One; Part Two.
– Nijay Gupta ponders what Paul meant by “fellow prisoner”.
– Tim Gombis asks if it is helpful to boil Christianity down to its minimal elements.
– Michael Bird finishes his series on the church and Israel.
– Tripp Fuller says “God takes sides.”
– Mason Slater asks, “What ever happened to original sin?” This reminded me of something G.K. Chesterton said on the subject.
– Joshua McManaway wrote a post on Athanasius’ Letter to Marcellinus.
The following new reviews have been added to the Review of Biblical Literature
and listed on the RBL blog (http://rblnewsletter.blogspot.com/):
Friendship and Benefaction in James
by Oda Wischmeyer
Michael W. Duggan
The Consuming Fire: A Christian
Guide to the Old Testament
by Wilhelm J. Wessels
Steven J. Friesen, Daniel N. Schowalter, and James
C. Walters, eds.
Corinth in Context: Comparative Studies on Religion and
by Dennis E. Smith
Marianne Bjelland Kartzow
Gossip and Gender:
Othering of Speech in the Pastoral Epistles
by Korinna Zamfir
Keys to Second Corinthians:
Revisiting the Major Issues
by Victor Paul Furnish
Reviewed by vanThanh Nguyen
Muhammad Is Not the Father of Any of Your Men: The Making of the Last
by Joel Stephen Williams
Writing and Literacy in
the World of Ancient Israel: Epigraphic Evidence from the Iron Age
by Johannes Schnocks
Reviewed by Ian Young
Robert L. Webb and Duane F.
Reading Second Peter with New Eyes: Methodological Reassessments
of the Letter of Second Peter
by David K. Burge
Thanks for the link!
@Mason: You’re welcome.
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