I'M OFF TO CAMALDOLI, ITALY, FOR THE Sixth Nangeroni Meeting of the Enoch Seminar, the topic of which is "John the Jew: Reading the Gospel of John’s Christology as a Form of Jewish Messianism." I will be reporting there on the recent Divine Sonship Symposium at the University of St. Andrews and also responding to Catrin Williams's paper, "Johannine Christology and Prophetic Traditions: The Case of Isaiah" and chairing a short paper session.
When I was there three years ago, the internet access at the Monastery at Camaldoli was primitive. I hope it will be better this time around, but I don't know. I have pre-posted plenty of goodies, so there will still be something new for you at PaleoJudaica every day, but it may take me a while to get to news stories — not least when I'm in transit. For some other posts on past Enoch Seminars, see here, here, and here and follow the links. And you may want to have a look at James McGrath's review of a new book by Crispin Fletcher-Louis, Jesus Monotheism Volume 1, which James has posted in advance of the the Camaldoli meeting. Both he and Crispin will be there too.