Christology Carnival

Christology Carnival June 1, 2014

The latest Biblical Studies Carnival has been posted on Jeff Carter’s blog. It includes an impressive range of posts ranging from Genesis to the Talmud, and includes a number of posts from the recent discussions of Christology in general, and Bart Ehrman’s recent book in particular.

I’ve been meaning to mention some of the more recent posts on that topic here, including Larry Hurtado’s blog review, Ken Schenck’s post on chapter 2 of Ehrman, and Chris Tilling’s response to Andrew Perriman. And so this seemed an appropriate place to give them a shout-out.

Image from an older post on Jeff Carter’s blog.


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