Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Around the Blogs - I

For a biographical portrait of NT Wright check out the account written over at Adversaria and then go read the alternative version "NT Wright the Real Story" at Waiting Room of the World. HT: Jim West.

Everyone who teaches Greek must read the post over at Codex called, Dr. Seuss Learns Greek - blogs rarely make me laugh but this was hillarious. HT: Michael Pahl There's also one on Hebrew too.

All Baptists are henceforth to go read Timothy George's essay in First Things called Southern Baptists after the Revolution HT: Denny Burke.

There is also a BMCW review available of Mark Chancey's recent book: Greco-Roman Culture and the Galilee of Jesus HT:

2 comments:

Michael Westmoreland-White said...

"All Baptists are henceforth to go read Timothy George's essay in First Things called Southern Baptists after the Revolution HT: Denny Burke."

Is that so we can get our blood pressure up? Timothy George was once a respectable historian. Then he decided to trim his sails to be on the winning side of the SBC wars (and stopped his advocacy for women in ministry and kept his pacifism quiet so that he would continue to be influential!) and lost his integrity. Once he was my teacher. Now I have no desire to hear anything he says ever again.

Andy Rowell said...

Michael and Joel,
I am sorry to put this here as it doesn't have to do with this post exactly but I saw you two are both presenting at SBL. And the Evangelical Theological Society program just came out Friday. Here is my preview:

Conferences This Fall: ETS, SBL, NAPCE, Catalyst, Drive, and YS


andy

Andy Rowell
Taylor University
Department of Biblical Studies and Christian Ministry
Blog: Church Leadership Conversations