Union Seminary Quarterly Review 65, no 1 & 2 
St Augustine once said that the faithful speak, not to say something, but to keep from remaining silent. Christopher Morse could have added: “We disbelieve so that our speaking might not lead us too far astray.”
In Review of Biblical Literature, 9/11/2004
Paul F. M Zahl has written an interesting study of Jesus that seeks to portray an “historical” Pauline Christ in terms of an ethic of agapic inwardness. He leaves a number of questions provocatively unanswered.