Reviews books at the intersection of religion, theology, and history.
Dedicated to the study of the historical Jesus and New Testament studies, this blog is academically oriented, with updates on new books in the field, conferences, and interest pieces.
Highly scholarly and beautifully designed; formatted in “symposia” in which scholars discuss each others’ work. Attends to “theology,” but works in ethics, history, and philosophy are also discussed. High barrier of entry, but scholars will find much rewarding here.