The latest issue of Review of Biblical Literature is out. Reviews can be accessed by clicking the links below.
Kyrios Christos: A History of Belief in Christ from the Beginning of Christianity to Irenaeus
Reviewed by Jonathan M. Potter
Claire Clivaz, Corina Combet-Galland, Jean-Daniel Macchi, and Christophe Nihan, eds.
Ecritures et réécritures: La reprise interprétative des traditions fondatrices par la littérature biblique et extra-biblique. Cinquième Colloque International du RRENAB, Université de Genève et Lausanne, 10-12 juin 2010
Reviewed by Renata Furst
History, Ideology and Bible Interpretation in the Dead Sea Scrolls: Collected Studies
Reviewed by Peter Porzig
Benjamin H. Dunning
Christ without Adam: Subjectivity and Sexual Difference in the Philosophers’ Paul
Reviewed by Robert Paul Seesengood
Joseph R. Hacker and Adam Shear, eds.
The Hebrew Book in Early Modern Italy
Reviewed by Jeffrey L. Morrow
The Prophet Jesus and the Renewal of Israel: Moving Beyond a Diversionary Debate
Reviewed by Chris L. de Wet
Gideon R. Kotzé
The Qumran Manuscripts of Lamentations: A Text-Critical Study
Reviewed by Pieter B. Hartog
Frans van Liere
An Introduction to the Medieval Bible
Reviewed by Marcus Elder
Der Brief des Paulus an Titus
Reviewed by Manabu Tsuji
Walter T. Wilson
The Sentences of Sextus
Reviewed by Johan Thom
Sep 19, 2015
Sep 18, 2015
Dumbed-Down Thesis Statements
See these 20 dumbed-down Ph.D. thesis statements. This might be fun to do with some biblical and theological dissertations as well.
HT: John Williams
HT: John Williams
Posted by Charles Savelle at 3:16 PM 2 comments:
Labels: Education, Humor, Theological Education
Free Resource: Introducing the Old Testament Books
My friend Paul Weaver has made his brand-new book, Introducing the Old Testament Books, available as a free electronic download at Amazon until Monday, September 21. Use this link. He does ask that you would consider leaving a review but that is not required.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 9:19 AM No comments:
Labels: Books, Old Testament
Sep 17, 2015
Nine Confessions of a Struggling Preacher
Preachers might want to check out this post by Caleb Suko entitled, "Nine Confessions of a Struggling Preacher."
Posted by Charles Savelle at 10:18 AM No comments:
Sep 16, 2015
Is Inerrancy Nullified by a Death of a Thousand Qualifications?
Marc Cortez provides a great answer to this question here.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 10:13 AM No comments:
Sep 15, 2015
Free Faithlife Flashcard App for Hebrew and Greek Vocabulary
Watch this video by Michael Burer on how to download and set up the fee Faithlife flashcard app for Hebrew and Greek vocabulary.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 9:31 AM No comments:
Labels: Biblical languages, Greek, Hebrew, Technology
Sep 14, 2015
Westminster Theological Seminary Faculty Website
Westminster Theological Seminary has a new faculty website here. You can access free articles, lectures, and courses. For example, under courses you can access audio of A New Testament Biblical theology taught by Greg Beale or Biblical Hermeneutics by Very Poythress.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 9:05 AM No comments:
Sep 13, 2015
the “I” of Romans 7
Lindsay Kennedy has a good presentation here of the various views of the "I" in Romans 7.
Posted by Charles Savelle at 7:10 AM No comments:
Labels: New Testament, Romans
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