Some various Corinthiaka have appeared in different blogs over the last month.
Diana Wright at Surprised by Time gives some attention to the death and estate of Nerio Acciaiuoli, the (late 14th century) Lord of Corinth.
Kostis Kourelis at Objects-Buildings-Situations discusses graffiti at the Lechaion basilica
From Matthew Malcolm at Cryptotheology:
- Malcolm has announced that his recent dissertation Paul and the rhetoric of reversal: kerygmatic rhetoric in the arrangement of 1 Corinthians is available for free download, and his forthcoming World of 1 Corinthians for pre-ordering
- “When Historical Backgrounds Obscure the Text: The Case Study of 1 Corinthians 15”
- “Barth on 1 Corinthians 15”
Phillip Long at Reading Acts has been running a series on the problems in 1 and 2 Corinthians – lots of rumination from Bruce Winter’s After Paul Left Corinth:
- “Corinth as “Sin City”
- “1 Corinthians 1-4: The Problem of Division”
- “1 Corinthians 6:1-8 – Lawsuits among Brothers”
- “1 Corinthians 6:12-20 – Gluttony, Drunkenness, and Immorality”
- “2 Corinthians 2 – Paul’s Opposition in Corinth”
Cavan Concannon, now at Duke University, has launched a new blog called Apostolic Bodies for a class on the Life and Letters of Paul. Already some fun images of Paul preaching, including lego Athens!
And the winner for the best article title to appear in my Google Alerts this week: “Why John Piper doubts Muslims Having Jesus Dreams”