I’ve finally got internet in my new apartment, so blogging may begin again, although we are in a new semester. I will try to post at least twice a week, hopefully more. Submit any questions or suggestions. It’s bee a crazy move from Chicago—Seoul—Boston over the course of a month-and-a-half, but we are finally settling down. Through the course of the move, I have thought about many things to blog about, but I can recollect none of them at the moment. So for today, I will direct you to what I’ve been reading in New Testament.
I’ve been commenting vigorously at Storied Theology on Christ or the Trinity, a subject that I am slightly passionate about. You should definitely read the comments. Professor Kirk, also posts a letter to students of the Bible, that I feel many teachers of it will agree with. In other events, Rachel Held Evans is holding questions for a Gay Christian. I encourage all of you who are struggling with this question to go an ask polite, but honest questions. Finally, an interesting take on when to teach the Synoptic Problem in a Gospels course.