Here are some thing I’ve read recently that you may enjoy:
John Byron, Jerusalem: The Center of the Earth
– New Film for IMAX Explores Jerusalem
Marc Cortez, Evangelicalism and Its Pathologies
Krista Dalton, When Sermons Oppress Part 1: “Resisting Ableism in NT Narratives”; Part 2: “Resisting Anti-Judaism in NT Narratives”
Jim Davilla, Sukkot
Stanley Hauerwas, Going on: Why a theologian can never retire
Peter M. Head, New Images Online from BL Manuscripts
Geoff Holsclaw, The Scandal of the Evangelical Memory (Pt. 2 of 5); (Pt. 3 of 5)
Larry Hurtado, Chester Beatty Papyri: New Digital Photos
Brice C. Jones, Simon Gathercole on the Earliest Title of Matthew’s Gospel on a Papyrus “Flyleaf”
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Brian, as always, thanks for the links. They are helpful. Are you interested in biblical archaeology?
There have been a number of noteworthy finds recently; Derbe (Paul), and Dalmanutha (or Dalmanoutha) from [Mark 8:10] as well as the house of a high priest on Mount Zion (it thought because of the presence of a mikveh within the lower levels of the house).
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For those interested in either old covenant prophecy or pneumatology, you would think the ‘Jim Davilla, Sukkot’ link would show great promise. Unfortunately it leads to link that argues that Sukkot is a Harvest Holiday?!
Hello! [Isaiah 5:5-6]? The ‘vineyard of The Lord’ is Israel (His people) and the hedge of protection, the Sukkot, is the Spirit of Holiness (from the Holy of Holies) that abides amidst His peoples.
Sukkot is a Harvest Holiday, except that it has nothing to do with farming … Too bad the article followed the leaven of the Pharisees ..
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