Two Cool Conferences Coming Up

Two gucci and bodacious conferences happening in the future include: Beyond Old and New Perspectives at Duke University: A Critical Engagement with Douglas Campbell’s Deliverance of God, 9-12 November 2012. Speakers include  Stephen Chapman, Susan Eastman, Stanley Hauerwas, Willie Jennings, Warren Smith, and David Steinmetz. Peter in Earliest Christianity at Edinburgh University, 4-6 July 2013 (just [Read More...]

Justification and Chris Wright’s “The Mission of God”

Joseph Torres reviews Chris Wright’s book The Mission of God’s People, including this quotation: Thus, though we cannot now study the passages in detail, Paul’s argument from Romans 3:29 to the end of Romans 4, and even more so in Galatians 3, is not (as sometimes suggested) merely using Abraham as an illustration of his [Read More...]

Tyndale House to Produce its Own Edition of the Greek New Testament

A project I’ve heard about for a while is that Tyndale House (known to insiders as Textual Criticism House) is producing its own edition of the Greek New Testament called the Tyndale House Edition of the Greek New Testament (THEGNT). See details form Peter Williams here. [Read more...]

Review: Tremper Longman, Introducing the Old Testament

Tremper Longman Introducing the Old Testament: A Short Guide to its History and Message Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan, 2012. Available at Review by Graham Scott (Crossway College) Introducing the Old Testament is an accessible quick reference to the Old Testament. The design and Longman’s clarity of writing makes it highly readable. Theological students will [Read More...]

F.F. Bruce on the Gospel

Over at SAET, Jason Hood has a great post about F.F. Bruce on the Gospel. Highly relevant to the TGC “Did Jesus preach the gospel debate” too. Here is Jason’s summary of Bruce on “gospel”: 1. the prophecies [and I'd clarify that it's story as a whole, not just individual prophecies] have been fulfilled and the new [Read More...]

Four Views of the Apostle Paul: Interview with Tom Schreiner

Matthew Claridge from Credo interviews Tom Schreiner about his contribution to the book, The Apostle Paul: Four Views. HT: Andy Naselli. [Read more...]

New Theology Conference

In what could be the biggest theological event since a Swiss Pastor named “Karl” decided to write a commentary on Romans, January 2013 will see the first annual Los Angeles Theology Conference, featuring a great line-up of folks including Oliver D. Crisp (Fuller), George Hunsinger (Princeton Theological Seminary), Peter J. Leithart (New Saint Andrews College), Katherine Sonderegger [Read More...]

The New Evangelical Subordinationism?

Denny Burk points to a new volume just out called The New Evangelical Subordination? Perspectives on the Equality of God the Father and God the Son, edited by Dennis Jowers and H. Wayne House. Contents includes: 1 – The New Evangelical Subordinationism: Reading Inequality into the Trinity –Phillip Cary 2 – Equal in Essence, Distinct [Read More...]

Job: Director of Postgraduate Studies at Melbourne School of Theology

Melbourne School of Theology is looking  to appoint a Coordinator of Post-Graduate Studies, commencing in Semester 1, 2013. Melbourne School of Theology is an evangelical Christian Theological College, located in Wantirna, Victoria, offering a range of courses, degrees and post-graduate awards under the Australian College of Theology (ACT). The Australian College of Theology is a self-accrediting Higher [Read More...]

Even more on Gospel, Cross, and Kingdom

Over at TGC, Justin Taylor has a useful summary of D.A. Carson’s essay in the John Piper festschrift, on “What is the Gospel? – Revisited” (I reminder for me to read it) and a chapter by Gilbert and De Young on What is the Mission of the Church? I esp. like Gilbert and De Young’s attempt [Read More...]

Trial by Ph.D

For my Ph.D students, past and present! [Read more...]

Not All Gospels Were Created Equal

Over at The Anxious Bench, Philip Jenkins has an excellent post on All Gospels were not Created Equal. In response to the UK Telegraph’s obituary for Marvin Meyer, Jenkins writes: [T]he fact that a text circulated among the “early Christians” (anywhere from the first through fourth centuries) is irrelevant to what it can tell us [Read More...]

Things to Click

David deSilva has a new book out called: The Jewish Teachers of Jesus, James, and Jude: What Earliest Christianity Learned from the Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha (OUP). Are Evangelicals being schismatic when they leave mainline denominations, see the Aquila Report for a case study of the PCUSA. Brazil moves from same sex marriage to civil unions for [Read More...]

Follow: Christianity the Way Jesus Meant It (Part 1)

You may have noticed that the other half of Euangelion blogging team has not been very present on the blog in the last few weeks. This the result of the start of the fall with academic and ministry responsibilities. In addition to what is normally the case, I’m also the department chair this year. On [Read More...]

TGC, Jesus, Gospel, and Paul Round Up

Several other folks have stepped into the discussion raised on TGC,  reflecting on the issue (that I still cannot believe we are discussing), whether or not Jesus preached the gospel! See Michael Pahl, Patrick Schreiner, James McGahey and Geoff Smith. I have seven propositions on Jesus, Gospels, and Paul # 1: The Gospels are gospel, not [Read More...]