James McGrath, professor of New Testament at Butler University in Indiana, is somebody you need to know.  He’s a good scholar and a faithful blogger.  He’s worth reading on a variety of subjects. He has good judgment and sound methods.

.  In a recent post he collected some of the hubbub going on right now on the web regarding “an early high Christology,” a topic I have some interest in.  In fact over the next few years I hope to return to the topic–though I never really left it, I got distracted–with what I trust is a more measured and mature reading of certain texts. In the meantime I thought I’d link to his Patheos blog.  mcgrath-james

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Early High Subordinationist Christology around the Blogosphere

2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the shout out, and your kind words! I’m moving back to focusing more on Christology after a time of distraction, too, and so I look forward to the conversations on the topic that will hopefully occur between us on our blogs, in print, and elsewhere!

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