Category: William Horbury

A couple of recent blog reviews of Jesus Monotheism Volume 1

I am grateful for a couple of blog posts dedicated to Jesus Monotheism 1 that have appeared in recent weeks. One by Derek Rishmawy is entirely fair and appreciative. The other, at The Two Cities site, is by Max Botner at St Andrews. It is also appreciative, though a little more probing. He makes some valuable observations on… Read more »

On Joshua Jipp’s Christ is King

I have thoroughly enjoyed reading Joshua Jipp’s new book on Pauline Christology: ). It is a wide-ranging study, full of creative new interpretative suggestions and it overlaps at one critical point with the argument I develop in Jesus Monotheism.  The standard modern scholarly view has been that Paul’s word “Christos” is simply a personal name for… Read more »