There have been quite a few blog posts of interest, related to Christology, which are worth sharing and, where possible, commenting on.
Matthew Malcolm listed the “threeness of God” as one of the things the Corinthians got right. I must object. Paul is emphatic about the oneness of God. He cannot then be subtly introducing divine threeness. Mentioning Christ and the Spirit does not mean that he is using those terms the way later Trinitarian theology would. The threeness of God is not something that one can find in 1 Corinthians, and it is read into the letter over Paul's objections.
Dustin Smith has been reviewing Jimmy Dunn's latest monumental tome, with particular focus on Christology. Dustin is also interviewed by Dale Tuggy, as are co-authors Lee Irons and Danny Andre Dixon, about the book The Son of God: Three Views of the Identity of Jesus.
Matthew Ferguson has been blogging about his experience attending SBL in November. In discussing Greco-Roman parallels to Jewish and Christian literature, he also mentions my book The Burial of Jesus: What Does History Have to Do with Faith?. He also blogged about the Markan Christology session, and has been blogging a review of Craig Keener's book on miracles, too.Ronald Huggins blogged about Hebrews as an alleged example of very early high Christology. That is one possible way of understanding it, but it may also be an anachronistic reading back of later ideas into this relatively early text. See Caird and Hurst for the arguments for this.