Archives Keith Jagger on January 12, 2016 • How Christians Can Be Attitude Leaders in Times of Deep Transition (Part 4 of 4) • How Christians Can Be Attitude Leaders in Times of Deep Transition (Part 3 of 4) • How Christians Can Be Attitude Leaders in Times of Deep Transition (Part 2 of 4) • How Christians Can Be Attitude Leaders in Times of Deep Transition (Part 1 of 4) • The Shaping of Our Hearts • Initial Thoughts on Being a Pastor NT Scholar • Humility for Our To-Do Lists • Equipping Lydia • Baptismal Spirituality • Jesus Through a Diamond • A Jigger Full Of Jagger • Hope is a Muscle • Gourmet Christianity • Compassion and Nehemiah 3 • Earth Quaking Prayer • Book Recommendation: A Glorious Dark By AJ Swoboda • Moving by the Spirit • The Heart of Social Presence • Video Lecture: Geza Vermes Narrates His Connection to Qumran • Thoughts from the Greats: Martin Hengel • John P. Meier on the Marginal Jew • Peter Williams on the Seventy or Why He Does not ‘Believe in the Septuagint’ • Joel Green on Doing Without a Soul • Top Ten Spotlight • How Technology is Changing the Academy (Video) • Reading Backwards and A Conversation on Christology with Richard Hays. • John Collins Lectures on Jewish Identity and Torah • SBL and Conference Culture • Witherington Discovers Lightfoot’s Acts Commentary • NT Wright and Team Duke • Raymond Brown and Centrist Exegesis • Barclay and Diaspora Jews • What’s Cooking for SBL//AAR (hint: suhshi) • Seminary Stewardship Alliance Conference About to Begin • The Persians and First-Century Judaism • Top 10 Gateway Books for Students of the New Testament, Annotated • NT Wright 101 • New Testament Spirituality: A Projection Like this:Like Loading... Category: Uncategorized Post navigation Previous: Previous post: Book Recommendation: A Glorious Dark by AJ SwobodaNext: Next post: Earth Quaking Prayer Share this:TwitterFacebook Published by Keith Jagger Pastor, New Testament Scholar, Community Developer View all posts by Keith Jagger Leave a comment Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.