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

Biblical Studies

John Byron: Hold on the traditions you received: 2 Thess 2:15

Mark Goodacre: What is the Gospel of Thomas? (podcast)

Rachel Held Evans: “Biblical Womanhood” and the illusion of clarity: a response to Kathy Keller

Abram K-J: How to Read and Understand the Göttingen Septuagint: A Short Primer, Part 1

Anthony LeDonne: So Whats All This Business About “Memory” in Jesus Research?

Amanda MacInnis: The Relationship between Biblical Studies and Theology

James McGrath: Textbooks and Commentaries on the Gospel of John

Bill Mounce: Why is Ἰάκωβος James and not Jacob?

Christian Theology

Marc Cortez: Bringing the Image of God to a Conclusion (series)

Kait Dugan: Feminist Movement as Revolutionary Struggle

Peter Enns: Inerrancy: I think someone forgot to tell the Bible

Tim Gombis: Evangelicals, Evangelicalism, and the Evangel

Jack Levison: 5 Misunderstandings about the Holy Spirit

Michael Pahl: radically evangelical: part one; radically evangelical: part two; radically evangelical: part three; radically evangelical: epilogue

Andrew Perriman: What do we mean when we say Jesus is Lord?

Ben Witherington III: The Radicality of Jesus


Katherine Hayhoe: Evangelical Christian; Climate Scientist

Eric C. Miller: Barack Obama, Pro-Life Hero

Andrew Wilson: The Three Fundamental Assumptions of the Pro-Life Argument

Scholarly Journals and Reviews


Book Reviews



Anthony LeDonne: What more can be done for academics burned by Christian fundamentalist?

Bruce Reyes-Chow: What Historically White Denominations Can Learn from the Republican Party

Mark Stevens: Is Logos 5 for You?