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, I am always skeptical of peop
- NT Gateway Weblog – Mark Goodacre weighs in on the ongoing Jesus Project saga.
- Singing In The Reign: Some Interesting Facts about Historical Jesus Research – Brant offers up a great little list of interesting facts about the history of Historical Jesus Research. I haven’t checked all these out, but a few of them I know to be true…I’ll trust Brant!
- The Assembling of the Church: Pliny, Trajan, and the Christians – Alan brings to light a key text in the study of early Christianity: the correspondence between Pliny and Trajan. I would dare say that most Christians in the U.S. are unfamiliar with this fascinating little snippet. I have always wondered, however, whethe