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Daily Round-Up (August 10th, 2007)

10 August 2007 Daily Round-Up

A fresh batch of Round-Up linkiness: NT Gateway Weblog – Simon Gathercole on New Perspective on Paul – Goodacre links to the Christianity Today article which has been making a bit of a buzz. I’ve put the article in my “to be read” folder. Why Faith » God is [not?] Great – This picture is […]

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Daily Round-Up (August 8th, 2007)

8 August 2007 Daily Round-Up

A fresh batch of Round-Up linkiness: Chrisendom: Book Review: Fee?s Pauline Christology Part 4 – Chris continues his review of Fee. Thanks, Chris! Thoughts on Antiquity » Eusebius, History of the Church – Thoughts on Antiquity adds a Eusebius page. Hopefully, these pages will become more and more fleshed out with time. Accordance Blog: Amplifying […]

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Daily Round-Up (August 7th, 2007)

7 August 2007 Daily Round-Up

A fresh batch of Round-Up linkiness: The Busybody: Does Theology Bring Death to Biblical Studies? – Loren Rosson discusses some thoughts he’s having as he finishes up Hector Avalos’ most recent work. I must say, Loren is making some sense (even if it’s at the expense of folks I respect, like Levenson and Stendahl). However, […]

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Daily Round-Up (August 6th, 2007)

6 August 2007 Daily Round-Up

A fresh batch of Round-Up linkiness: Old in the New: My Thesis: Pray for Reign: The Eschatological Elijah in James 5:17-18 – Pick up your steamin’ hot-off-the-presses PDF of James Darlack’s thesis right here! The Assembling of the Church: Seven Chosen to Serve – I always like a good close reading of a text that […]

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Friday Round-Up (08-03-2007)

3 August 2007 Daily Round-Up

TGIF. Old in the New has posted some PDFs of Cowley & Neubauer’s Hebrew Sirach (1897). A nice little addition to my digital library. Thank! Chris Tilling continues his Book Review of Fee’s Pauline Christology (which I have mentioned previously). You can begin view each piece on one page by going to this table of […]

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Thursday Round-Up (08-02-2007)

2 August 2007 Daily Round-Up

Linkiness for you to enjoy: Taking a page from Donald Miller, Darren at Why Faith admits: “Christians do bad things.” Darren, a Christian himself, apologizes for these, but raises the interesting point (also raised by Miller): “What has that got to do with the truthfulness of Christianity?” Suzanne McCarthy over at the Better Bibles Blog […]

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Wednesday Round-Up (08-01-2007)

1 August 2007 Daily Round-Up

I am still trying to get back in the swing of things after returning from my most recent backpacking exploits in Colorado (I’ll probably post a few pics that the wife took in coming days). But, my catch-up duties have not prevented me from working on the Daily Round-Up. Here’s Wednesday’s links: Alan over at […]

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Tuesday Round-Up (7-31-2007)

31 July 2007 Daily Round-Up

Yeehaw! It’s Tuesday, and here’s a daily dose of “Round-Up”: Andrew Criddle of Hypotyposeis explores the similarities between Christian Sacraments and Mithraic rituals in Justin Martyr: “Sacraments in Mithraism and Early Christianity.” I, for one, have never been impressed by comparisons between mystery cults and early Christianity. Give Criddle’s analysis a read. Lingamish continues the […]

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Monday Round-Up (7-30-2007)

30 July 2007 Daily Round-Up

Stuff culled from Monday (and last week). Iyov reports that 5 professors are leaving my alma mater. I have been rather critical of Harvard Divinity and some of its hiring practices. It will be interesting to see what happens to HDS in the coming years. David Lang talks about his “Translational Journey.” Loren Rosson III […]

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Friday Round-Up (7-20-07)

20 July 2007 Daily Round-Up

I don’t want to work…I just want to bang on me drum all day. TGIF. All that jazz. Here’s some linky goodness to feast your brain on: Scotteriology brings the noise and the funk with this groundbreaking exegesis of Matthew 16:18: “Shocking New Biblical Discovery.” I, for one, have no idea how we’ve missed it! […]

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