This is the list of recommended reading I aim to provide on this blog every other Friday. You can find more frequent suggestions at the After Emmaus page on Facebook.
If you would like to see something included next time please leave a comment here.
Mark Goodacre: Conflicting Christmas Stories (podcast)
Peter M. Head: P. Oxy 5072 another non-canonical gospel fragment
Tim Henderson: Ehrman on Justin Martyr’s Use of the Gospel of Peter, Pt. 1 ; Pt. 2
Anthony Le Donne: Did Jesus Predict His Death?
James McGrath: Lecture on the Book of Revelation
Andrew Perriman: The forgiveness of Israel’s sins in Hebrews
Christopher Skinner: Recent Trends in Gospel of Thomas Research
Fr. Ted Bobosh: The Mystery of the Incarnation
Greg Boyd: What is Open Theism?
Krista Dalton: Should Everyone Really Read the Bible?
Kellen Funk: The Apostolic Fathers
Amanda MacInnis: Theology Round-Up
Jonathan Martin: On Israel, the Church, and the Politics of Jesus
Scot McKnight: When is Theology Truly “Biblical”?
C. Michael Patton: What is the Gift of Tongues?
Scholarly Journals and Reviews
Kevin Brown: Chris Tilling, Paul’s Divine Christology
Anthony Le Donne: Richard Bauckham, Jesus: A Very Short Introduction
James McGrath: Rachel Held Evans, A Year of Biblical Womanhood
Robert Cargill: The Difference between Persecution and Being Corrected
Peter Enns: St. Nicolas: what can I say, he was a beast
Rachel Held Evans: 5 Things You Don’t Have to Leave Behind When You Leave Fundamentalism
Eric Marrapodi: Pope opens a personal Twitter account
- Amanda MacInnis: Another Adventure in Anglicanism–Women Bishops and the CofE
- Ian Paul: What does the decision on women bishops mean?