It is my goal to try to point readers to what I perceive to me some of the more interesting blog posts and articles available online. I try to post a set of links like this one every other Friday (though that is not a guarantee). For more frequent suggestions visit our After Emmaus page on Facebook.
If you would like to see something included next time please leave a comment here.
Michael Heiser: Online Dissertations in Biblical Studies
Robert C. Kashow: Philo on Sacrifice and Atonement
Anthony LeDonne: What does it Mean to Say that Jesus Was Jewish (Part One); (Part Two)
Matthew R. Malcolm: How to study the New Testament
Eric Marrapodi: ‘Jesus Wife’ fragment gets more testing, delays article
Daniel O. McClellan: Yhwh, God of Edom
Willie Mc Loud: The importance of the Septuagint in biblical studies
Scot McKnight: A Jewish Context for What Jesus Said About Hell
Andrew Perriman: The christological narrative of Acts
Monica R.: Resolutions and The Women’s Bible Commentary
Christian Brady: The will of God
Krista Dalton: Tzedakah: What Jewish Charity Teaches a Christian
Rachel Held Evans: Is Marriage Really an Illustration of Christ and the Church?
Loren Haarsma: Does Evolution Compromise Human Morality?
Michael Halcomb: Toward a Theology of Guns: A Christian’s Perspective, Part 3; Part 4
Nadira Faulmueller: Can money change the moral value of a request?
Katie Grimes: When Is It Acceptable to Treat Equal People Unequally?
Rachel Held-Evans: Sexuality & the Church–Some Introductory Remarks & A Prayer
Bruce Reyes-Chow: My Last Post About Guns. I’m Out.
Brian Zahnd: Why I Don’t Own a Gun
Julia _____: Sexual Violence and the Church: talking to teens
Paul _____: Is Football Immoral?
Scholarly Journals and Reviews
Paul _____: N.T. Wright, How God Became King
Colleen Flaherty: Making the Case for Adjuncts
Rachel Held-Evans: Four Myths about Louie Giglo’s Inauguration Prayer (or, lack thereof)
New blogs worth following:
Robert C. Kashow’s Second Temple Judaism