Olson and Hurtado Weblogging!!!

Derek Ouellette —  August 7, 2010 — Leave a comment

In case you are not up to date with all the buzz, two much sought after scholars have (in Olson’s words) “joined the foray” of the blogosphere.

Larry Hurtado started blogging a few weeks back and you can find it here. Hurtado’s choice to enter the blogosphere is to help make academic material, discussions, debates and articles accessible to the wider audience. His subject of special-interest is the Lordship of Christ in the first century, and so his discussions with James Dunn regarding Dunn’s new book Did the First Christians Worship Jesus, is good.

Roger Olson is perhaps best known for his avid defense of Classical Arminianism, his debates with writers like John Piper, his defense of the Openness idea (even though he doesn’t share it) and for the many books he has written. My favorite of his are How to be Evangelical without being Conservative and Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities. You can find Olson’s blog here.

Have at’er!

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