It has been two weeks since my last post on Bart D. Ehrman’s How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of the Jewish Preacher from Galilee and the response book from Bird, Evans, et al., How God Became Jesus: The Real Origins of Belief in Jesus’ Divine Nature —A Response to Bart D. Ehrman. I’ve been busy with other things, but that hasn’t stopped the discussion from moving forward in the blogosphere. For those who are interested, here is a round-up of some of the most recent posts as well as links to my first seven entries:


Christianity around the Blogosphere by James McGrath

How Jesus Became God, Pt. 1; Pt. 2; Pt. 3; Pt. 4 by Daniel Kirk

How God Became Jesus, Pt. 1 by Daniel Kirk

How God Became Jesus: Bird v. Ehrman on Jewish Monotheism; Bird v. Ehrman on the Historical Jesus; Pt. 3 by Nijay Gupta

How God Became Jesus Stuff in the News; Responding the Daniel Kirk’s Strange Review; How God Became Jesus — and How I Came to Faith in Him by Michael Bird

A great point by Ehrman: the resurrection is not ‘probable’; Ehrman on literacy and the disciples by Matthew R. Malcolm

Chris Tilling aims a relational christology at Bart Ehrman by Andrew Perriman

Previous Entries: 

Pt. 1: Prelude

Pt. 2: “How did Jesus become God?”

Pt. 3: introducing the response book

Pt. 4: the divinity-humanity continuum

Pt. 5: more on the divinity-humanity continuum

Pt. 6: “the Early High Christology Club”

Pt. 7: Bird’s first response