This is my weekly list of recommendations. You can find daily links at the After Emmaus page on Facebook.
Allan Bevere, Science and the Eschatological Challenge to Theology (Part 5) ; Science and the Eschatological Challenge to Theology (Part 6)
Michael Bird, Books to Read Before You Start Seminary/Divinity College
Edward J. Blum and Paul Harvey, The Contested Color of Christ
Greg Boyd, If Salvation Depends on Free Choice, How are We Saved by Grace?
John Byron, What Eschatology Does and Does Not Tell Us ; Learn to Control Your Body: Thoughts on Sexual Immorality and the Church ; Peace and Security: Paul’s Warning to the Church
Paul Copan, Top Books on Arminianism/Molinism
Nijay Gupta, Garland’s ZECNT Commentary on Luke (Short Review)
Hannah K. Harrington, “The Dynamics of Holiness in the Temple Scroll: Exclusion of Expansion?”
Michael Heiser, The Humanity of Jesus: Could Jesus Have Been Married? ; Interpreting Genesis 1: Who’s the Literalist Now?
David Stark, Review of Biblical Literature Newsletter (September 7, 2012) ; New Testament Studies 58, no. 4 ; Journal of Biblical Literature 131, no. 3
Abram K-J, What Kind of Messiah was Jesus?
Scott Lencke, Sin and Disorder Prior to ‘The Fall’ in Genesis 3?
Jack Levison, An English Garden, the Holy Spirit, and the Future of Christianity
Daniel A. Mchiela, The Other Dead Sea Scrolls: Considering the Aramaic Texts from Qumran
James McGrath, September 2012 Biblical Studies Carnival: Call for Submissions
Frederik Mulder, Adam or Divine Christology in Paul? Chris Tilling Takes on Dunn, Casey, etc
Nick Norelli, Delighting in the Trinity: An Introduction to the Christian Faith (book review)
Kyle Roberts, Kierkegaard on the Bible’s “Carefully Contrived Discrepancies”
Mark Stevens, What is the Gospel? A Soterian Approach
Tommy Wasserman, Top Ten Essential Works in New Testament Textual Criticism
Aaron White, Review: New Testament Theology in Light of the Church’s Missions: Essays in Honor of I. Howard Marshall
Molly Zahn, Get Fuzzy: The Elusive Rewriters of Scripture
Zondervan Academic 2012-2013 catalog now available