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Rudolf Bultmann, E.P. Sanders, and Curious Legacies

Picking up on the evaluation of Bultmann’s legacy on the Jesus Blog and publishing some fragments I could not be bothered writing up and publishing properly… 1,642 more words

Historical Jesus

Romans 14:13-15:7

To all, today we are going to be in Romans 14:13-15:7. Paul is closing his argument between those who are weak, and those who are strong. 332 more words

Christian Growth

Scripture as Narration Misses the Mark

            The story has now hit mainstream.

            Comparable to a successful movie or book franchise–perhaps like the James Bond of 007 fame–the idea that the Bible is primarily a book of narration, a grand story of epic proportion, has grown from its grassroots introduction a quarter century ago to become commonly accepted. 7,532 more words


Gospel definitions

I am in the first pages of Michael Bird’s Evangelical Theology. He opens early on with definitions of gospel because all theology must be rooted in gospel. 126 more words


NT Wright: Paul the theologian

Yes, it is an hour long, but it is typically excellent NT Wright on Paul as the first theologian and the necessity of theology in the life of the church.


How to Start a Rumor

Stephen Jones has started reading N.T. Wright’s monumental, 800+ page book, The Resurrection of the Son of God. He wonders in his blog, … 170 more words


The Duplicity of Pi

Spoilers to Life of Pi to Follow.

At the end of Life of Pi, Pi Patel sits in a hospital bed in Mexico and tells two stories. 1,394 more words