The first to be posted is a paper dealing with John 1:1 for a Hermeneutics class for Spring 05. It addresses the Divinity of Jesus Christ in this verse and shows that the verse is also one of the most powerful and clear expressions of the distinctions of persons found in the Godhead.
The paper can be found here:
The Word was God: An Examination of the Divinity of Jesus Christ in John 1:1
Dewey, Arthur. “The Gospel of John: World of Cultural Polarities.” Catechist 37, no. 4 (January 2004): 58-62.
Galey, William T. “The Jesus Seminar: Making Uncomplicated Things Complicated.” New Oxford Review 67, no. 10 (November 2000): 33-37.
Macleod, David J. “The Eternality and Deity of the Word: John 1:1-2.” Bibliotheca Sacra 160, no. 637 (January-March 2003): 48-64.
Miller, Ed. L. “The Logos was God.” The Evangelical Quarterly 53, no. 2 (April-June 1981): 65-77.
Reed, David A. “How Semitic Was John? Rethinking the Hellenistic Background to John 1:1.” Anglican Theological Review 85, no. 4 (fall 2003): 709-726.
Scott Shidemantle, C. “Jesus the Word According to John the Sectarian: A Paleofundamentalist Manifesto for Contemporary Evangelicalism, Especially Its Elites, in North America.” Journal of Evangelical Theological Society 48, no. 2 (June 2003): 348.