It was interesting that Trinity Sunday and Father’s Day coincided this year. I wonder how many churches took the opportunity to explore the tension between Jesus’ typically theocentric, “Father-focused” teaching, and the doctrine that makes him co-equal and co-eternal with the Father.
My review of Larry Hurtado’s 2017 book has been published.
Even Higher Christology in the Gospel of John: Frey’s Edinburgh Essay
Christological Non-Starters: Part 1, “Adoption as Divine Son”
Christological Non-Starters, Part 2: “Angel Christology”
Capes on “YHWH Texts” and Jesus
“Pre-Existence” in Ancient Jewish Tradition and the NT
Newman on “Doxa”, God, and Jesus
“YHWH Texts” and Jesus: A Follow-up
“Son of God” in NT Writings
Staudt on”Monotheistic” Expressions
“Honoring the Son”: An Entree Work
Book Review: Adam Winn, Reading Mark’s Christology Under Caesar: Jesus the Messiah and Roman Imperial Ideology
Explore God: “Is Jesus Really God?”
Richard Bauckham Defends Divine Identity
On the Origins of Divine Christology
Trinity and Incarnation among the Second Century Apologists
Jesus according to the New Testament—according to Dunn (Gupta)
Unity and Diversity in NT Christology
Did Jesus poop?
Andrew Perriman regularly explores topics related to this:
Isaiah’s suffering servant
Adoptionist Christology and preparing the way of the Lord
Jesus, pre-existence, and often wanting to gather Jerusalem as a hen does its chicks
More on Michael Bird, divine identity, and the Gospel of Mark
Origen on the Challenge to Jesus is God Apologists
Craig Keener reviews Gordon Fee’s book
Allan Bevere on Scot McKnight’s book
Chuck Queen preached about John 10
Ross McKenzie on who Jesus is
Drew Smith on Jesus as divine agent
When Trinitarian Theology Goes Tribal
Why bother with the Trinity?
New Book on Divine Sonship in the Ancient World
podcast 253 – The Apostle Paul a Unitarian
Bob Cornwall on his new book about Trinitarianism
Transcript of a lecture by N. T. Wright.
Yahweh, The God of Amen
A few notes on early divine Christology
The Sacred Page explored the image of the divine shepherd and the language of the Father being greater in the Gospel of John.
Who Was Jesus? – Part Two
Hello, My Name is God
Book Announcement: How the Spirit Became God
An attempt to explain the Trinity with help from computer programming
Finally, see James Tabor’s post about a book he is working on, related to the idea that Jesus was the natural offspring of Joseph and Mary – another idea that was widely held in ancient adoptionism as well as in much modern liberal Christianity.