Mar 9, 2013
Latest Issue of Review of Biblical Literature
The latest issue of Review of Biblical Literature is out. Reviews can be accessed by clicking the links below.
Ulrich Berges Jesaja: Der Prophet und Das Buch
Reviewed by Francis Landy
William G. Dever
The Lives of Ordinary People in Ancient Israel: Where Archaeology and the Bible Intersect
Reviewed by Diana Edelman
Reviewed by Aren M. Maeir
Mari Rapela Heidt
A Guide for Writing about Theology and Religion
Reviewed by Margaret E. Ramey
Siegfried Kreuzer, Martin Meiser, and Marcus Sigismund, eds.
Die Septuaginta: Entstehung, Sprache, Geschichte. 3. Internationale Fachtagung veranstaltet von Septuaginta Deutsch (LXX.D), Wuppertal 22.-25. Juli 2010
Reviewed by Hans Förster
Jesus and the Rise of Nationalism: A New Quest for the Nineteenth Century Historical Jesus
Reviewed by Hans Leander
Douglas E. Oakman
The Political Aims of Jesus
Reviewed by Alicia J. Batten
Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza
Transforming Vision: Explorations in Feminist The*logy
Reviewed by Elizabeth Min Hee Kim
Stanley E. Porter and Beth M. Stovell, eds.
Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views
Reviewed by Akio Ito
Lisa M. Wolfe
Ruth, Esther, Song of Songs, and Judith
Reviewed by L. Juliana Claassens
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Labels: Journals, Review of Biblical literature
Mar 8, 2013
Jonah as Science Fiction
A video of Jonah as a science fiction epic has been produced by the creative team at Elevation Church in Charlotte, NC.The video introduced the fourth message in Pastor Steven Furtick's sermon series, "InFin8." You can read an article on the video here. It is an interesting video but someone might have told the creative team that it is Nineveh not Ninevah.
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Labels: Jonah, Old Testament
Mar 7, 2013
Donald Hagner on the New Testament
Baker Publishing has produced two videos related to Donald Hagner's recently published New Testament introduction.
"Approaching the New Testament through Salvation History" I appreciate Hagner's comments related to the Old Testament.
"Faith Criticism and Certitude in the New Testament"
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Labels: New Testament
Mar 6, 2013
From Papyrus to Print
From Papyrus to Print: A Journey through the History of the Bible at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. The video helps to highlight their Bible and archaeology museum.
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Labels: Bible, Biblical Archaeology, Textual Criticism
Mar 5, 2013
The Cities of Refuge
David Murray has some interesting theological reflections on the cities of refuge (Num 35; Deut 19; Josh 20) here.
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Labels: Deuteronomy, Joshua, Numbers, Old Testament
Mar 4, 2013
The Cyrus Cylinder
Some may know that the Cyrus Cylinder is currently touring the US. It has made its first stop in Washington DC. You can read about it here.
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Labels: Biblical Archaeology
Mar 3, 2013
David Murray has an impressive list of 200 links related to preaching. Check it out here.
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