Besides being one of my new favorite bloggers, Michael F. Bird is an excellent scholar who has an amazing ability to churn out books despite how relatively young he is. He has a post that is awesome here concerning the two-natures analogy of wolves, which he finds to be inconsistent with the New Creation that has happened in Christians through Christ Jesus.
One of my professors, Dr Craig Blomberg, will be in Birmingham this week (my hometown!) to lecture on parables at Beeson Divinity School. See below for info:
is pleased to welcome Dr. Distinguished Professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary, who will present the twentieth annual Biblical Studies Lectures on our campus next week. His theme for these lectures is “Interpreting and Proclaiming in the Twenty-first Century.” Dr. Blomberg will preach on Tuesday, April 14, and will lecture on Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., and again on Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Each of these events will take place in Andrew Gerow Hodges Chapel. Professor Blomberg received the Ph.D. in at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland . He has written or edited fifteen books including Contagious Holiness: Jesus’s Meals With Sinners; Neither Poverty or Riches: A Biblical Theology of Possessions; and From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts Through Revelation. Perhaps he is best known for his important study, The Historical Reliability of the Gospels, now recently revised in a twenty-first century edition. You are warmly invited to meet Professor Blomberg and hear his lectures. , Each session takes place in Hodges Chapel on the campus of Samford University and is open to the public at no charge. For more information, please email Lee Hansen or call (205) 726-2731.
Check this out...it provides future Biblical commentaries categorized by book or commentary series. This is truly a site for nerdy commentar-o-philes!
This is probably the best critique of Erhman in a blog post that I have ever come across! Thanks Dr. Witherington!!!
Christian philosopher and apologist, William Lane Craig will debate Christopher Hitchens, author of God Is Not Great, on this very question on April 4th. Go here fore more info.