My musings on the New Testament, Early Christianity, Religion, Literature, and Other Phenomena and Ephemera.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Hurtado on Early High Christology
As it seems with most bibliobloggers, I haven't had time to post in quite a while between the SBL conference, teaching, research, and other academic duties. Nonetheless, I just noticed Larry Hurtado is talking about his hobby horse of early high Christology on his blog. He lengthily and substantively engages with an article by Andrew Chester on the topic, and it is well worth the read to see a rather comprehensive survey of the issue.
I have a Ph.D. in Religion from Columbia University. I am currently a visiting instructor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of Mississippi. My research focuses on the New Testament and emergent Christian interactions with ancient Judaism in their Greco-Roman and ancient Near Eastern environments.