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

Biblical Studies

Richard Bauckham: The Hypocoristic Forms of the Name Joseph (Yehose, Yose) in the Late Second Temple Period, with Special Reference to Talpiyot Tomb A

John Byron: Living life while waiting for the end: 1 Thess 1:9-10

Marc Cortez: Nine Reasons We Need the Gospels

Brian Davidson: Echoes of Cain in the Story of Jonah

Christian Theology

Chad Hall: Pastor as Prophet

Amanda MacInnis: Theology Roundup–October 2012

Bill Mounce: How Do I Start Praying?

Bruce Reyes-Chow: Why I Pray in Times of Disaster

Fred Sanders: The Trinity in Gender Debates

Mark Stevens: What is the Gospel? Historical/Contextual Approach


Thomas Burnett: Philosophical and Ethical Foundations for Science

Scholarly Journals and Reviews

David Stark: Review of Biblical Literature Newsletter (October 31, 2012)

Book Reviews

Amanda MacInnis: Moltmann, Jesus Christ for Today’s World

Mason Slater: Bock and Glaser, eds., The Gospel According to Isaiah 53


Peter Enns: “A Year of Biblical Womanhood”: Some (hopefully constructive) Thoughts on Evan’s Critics

– Laura Ziesel: For the Rachel Held Evans in Your Pew

Tim Gombis: Seminary Graduates: Blessing or Curse?

Abram K-J: My Logos 4 review: all six parts

Anthony LeDonne: Interview with Paula Fredricksen (Pt. III)

Amanda MacInnis: Nine Tips for Writing a Term Paper

James McGrath: The Varieties of Fundamentalism (about the Pahl Controversy)