Tag: Larry Hurtado

  • Hurtado’s inaugural lecture

    Larry Hurtado has recently uploaded the published version of his inaugural lecture, “New Testament Studies at the Turn of the Millennium:  Questions for the Discipline.” For the lecture file, see his “Selected Published Essays etc.” page.

  • Jesus and the right hand

    Some time ago, Larry Hurtado posted some thoughts about how Jesus is characterized as ἐκ δεξιῶν or ἐν δεξιᾷ. Recently, he’s followed up with “another possible factor” for how the language coalesces and a “bonus” post on the importance of being data-driven in developing hypotheses about such phenomena.

  • Hurtado on (Not) Yahweh’s Return to Zion

    Larry Hurtado has kindly made available the pre-publication version of his essay “YHWH’s Return to Zion: A New Catalyst for Earliest High Christology?” in the recent God and the Faithfulness of Paul: A Critical Examination of the Pauline Theology of N. T. Wright, edited by Christoph Heilig, Thomas Hewitt, and Michael Bird (WUNT 2/413; Mohr Siebeck,…

  • On the Web (February 7, 2013)

    On the web: Larry Hurtado comments on Alan Mugridge’s PhD thesis, “Stages of Development in Scribal Professionalism in Early Christian Circles,” which is currently under revision for publication. Nathan Eubank enters the biblioblogosphere (HT: Stephen Carlson). Baker is now releasing the “Teach the Text” commentary series. Currently available is Marvin Pate’s volume on Romans, and Robert…

  • Review of Biblical Literature Newsletter (August 3, 2012)

    The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature includes the following discussions of texts in New Testament and cognate studies: Ann W. Astell and Sandor Goodhart, eds., Sacrifice, Scripture, and Substitution: Readings in Ancient Judaism and Christianity, reviewed by John Dunnill Daniel Boyarin, The Jewish Gospels: The Story of the Jewish Christ, reviewed by F. Stanley…