Around the Biblioblogosphere: Nick Norelli Stinks, Thom Stark to Eat Shoe

Nick Norelli may have been spared from a serious accident because he stinks (click through to make sure that I am not just making this up). While I am glad Nick is physically OK, I am not so sure about his theology: I must confess that I am not sure why God would save his [Read More...]

Nick Norelli on Sacrifice, Monotheism and Christology

Nick Norelli posted an entry on his blog about sacrificial worship, connecting it with James D. G. Dunn’s book Did the First Christians Worship Jesus? and also with my own book, The Only True God. Nick questions whether animal sacrifice was the sine qua non – but doesn’t clarify the sine qua non of what, [Read More...]

Bauckham and the Vague, Confusing Terminology of Divine Identity

Nick Norelli mentioned my name in connection with a discussion of Richard Bauckham’s use of the phrase “divine identity” in relation to early Christology. As I have said before, I do think that Bauckham’s terminology is unhelpfully vague, and until he defines it more clearly it cannot even be assessed in terms of its applicability [Read More...]


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