Flotsam and jetsam (11/12)
Here are a few good links from the last couple of days:
- Daniel Kirk has some interesting thoughts on how ancient people listened to texts and the difference this can make for biblical studies.
- Brian LePort offers his own list of 10 Personal Must Reads.
- Mike Bird has posted two papers on N.T. Wright’s work, which he’ll be presenting at the upcoming ETS and IBR meetings.
- SAET interviews R. Scott Clark on politics and theology.
- Scot McKnight discusses two recent books on the Gospel, but still thinks that our understanding of the Gospel is fuzzy.
- If you’re wondering why some people think that ETS is being taken over by Southern Baptists, check out this list of people from Southern Baptist Seminary who are presenting papers at this year’s annual conference.
- Diglot is giving away a copy of Fred Lapham’s Peter: The Man, The Myth, & The Writings – A Study of Early Petrine Text and Tradition.
- Collin Hansen has a nice summary of the recent discussion about how to translate “faith of Christ” in Galatians 2:16.
- And, here’s a list of 10 More Great Speeches in History.
Posted on November 12, 2010, in Misc and tagged Evangelical Theological Society, Gospel, hermeneutics, N.T. Wright, Peter, political theology, politics, Southern Baptists, translation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.