Here are some things I read this last week that you may find interesting as well:

Biblical Studies and Theology:

Peter Enns, evangelicalism and anti-intellectualism: blame the leaders

Nijay Gupta, Dale Allison’s ICC James— Part I

Larry Hurtado, The Codex and Textual Capacity; The Bookroll vs. the Codex

Ryan Kelley, A Parable of Jesus and the Science of Knowledge

Anthony Le Donne, Jesus, Death, and Taxes (LARB); Hooks, Brushstrokes, and the Four Evangelists 

Jessica Parks, Kenosis, Cruciformity, and Feminism

Rafael Rodriguez, Oral Tradition and the New Testament

Asaf T., Who is Buried in Herod’s Tomb?

Miscellaneous: 

Nona Willits Aronowitz, San Antonio’s Simple Appeal to Millenials 

Jonathan Lloyd, Time-Lapse Tour Captures California and Its Breathtaking Best

Conference: Announcing Ecclesia and Ethics II

Conference: 2013 AAR/SBL Bibliobloggers Gathering: Time and Place

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