Hermeneutics and the Eternal Generation of the Son

In two weeks I'll be presenting a paper with the same title as this blog post at the Southeast Regional meeting of ETS in Birmingham, AL. I'm also presenting the same paper at the ETS Far West Regional meeting in LA in April. I've never presented the same paper at two different conferences, so it … Continue reading Hermeneutics and the Eternal Generation of the Son

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Athanasius and Proverbs 8

Right now I’m researching the hermeneutical foundations for the patristic and medieval use of Proverbs 8 to support the doctrine of the eternal generation of the Son. One of the essays I've been working through for the last few days is Luise Abramowski's "Das Theologische Hauptwerk Des Athanasius.”[1] My German is below poor, so I … Continue reading Athanasius and Proverbs 8

Book Notice: Hearing the Old Testament: Listening for God’s Address

A book to keep your eye on if you are interested in theological interpretation is Hearing the Old Testament: Listening for God's Address (Eerdmans) edited by Craig G. Bartholomew and David J.H. Beldman. In the Preface Bartholomew and Beldman lament that the Old Testament is for the most part unknown by the majority Christians and that there are … Continue reading Book Notice: Hearing the Old Testament: Listening for God’s Address

Proverbs, Wisdom, and the Land

Let me begin by saying that I'm not a Proverbs scholar, and so what I'm about to say probably has already been said many times. But I thought I'd bring it up anyway. I'm reading through Proverbs both for devotional purposes and because I'm currently teaching a class on the Latter Prophets and Writings. I'm … Continue reading Proverbs, Wisdom, and the Land