This is my weekly list of recommendations. You can find daily links at the After Emmaus page on Facebook.

Fr. Ted Bobosh, Why Pray? (III) ; Why Pray? (IV)

Peter Enns, Some Unasked for Advice on Whether an Evangelical Should Get a PhD in Biblical Studies

Tim Gombis, “Worldliness” According to Paul

Michael Heiser, Is ‘adam “Adam”?

Keith Johnson, Is the Eternal Generation of the Son a Biblical Idea?

Tony Jones, What  Seminary Education Ought To Be [Part One] ; What Seminary Education Ought To Be [Part Two] ; What Seminary Education Ought To Be [Part Three] ; What Seminary Education Ought To Be [Part Four] ; What Seminary Education Ought To Be [Part Five]

Clifford Kvidahl, G.B. Caird on New Testament Theology

David Lincicum, Lament for a Maternal Home (or, Is There No Place for Believing Criticism in Evangelicalism?)

Amanda MacInnis, Barth and Chalcedon

Ben Myers, On the virgin birth: or, why its better to say the creed than to criticize it

Nick Norelli, The Eternal Generation of the Son: Maintaining Orthodoxy in Trinitarian Theology (Review)

Michael Strachan, The Persian Period and the Jewish Canon

Rodney Thomas, Western Rationality or Objective Moral Reasoning: Which is More Biblical? ; Larry Hurtado’s LORD JESUS CHRIST: Chapter Two

Luke Todd, Ruling over Creation

Trevin Wax, The Gospel of the Holy Spirit

S.R. Zimmerman, God and Images of Rape in Jeremiah