The latest issue of Review of Biblical Literature is out. Reviews can be accessed by clicking the links below but unfortunately you must be a SBL member.
Todd S. Berzon
Classifying Christians: Ethnography, Heresiology, and the Limits of Knowledge in Late Antiquity
Reviewed by Robert M. Royalty Jr.
Collin Blake Bullard
Jesus and the Thoughts of Many Hearts: Implicit Christology and Jesus’ Knowledge in the Gospel of Luke
Reviewed by Tyler Smith
Anthony Le Donne
A Study Companion to The Bible: An Introduction
Reviewed by Johanna Friedl
Karoline M. Lewis
Reviewed by Chang Seon An
Matthean Posteriority: An Exploration of Matthew’s Use of Mark and Luke as a Solution to the Synoptic Problem
Reviewed by J. Andrew Doole
Guide pour l’exégèse de l’Ancien Testament: Méthodes, exemples et instruments de travail
Reviewed by Olivier-Thomas Venard
Clare K Rothschild
Paul in Athens: The Popular Religious Context of Acts 17
Reviewed by Troy M. Troftgruben
Brian Schmidt, ed.
Contextualizing Israel’s Sacred Writings: Ancient Literacy, Orality, and Literary Production
Reviewed by Gareth Wearne
Craig A. Smith
Reviewed by Robert W. Wall
Zechariah’s Vision Report and Its Earliest Interpreters: A Redaction-Critical Study of Zechariah 1–8
Reviewed by Max Rogland
Mar 18, 2017
Mar 16, 2017
Wipf & Stock 50%-Off Sale
Wipf and Stock is having a 50%-off sale. The sale is good until April 3. Use code INV50 at checkout to get the discount. Here is a list of the books on sale.
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Mar 15, 2017
Is This Really Satire
The Babylon Bee has this post about choosing a dissertation topic. But those who have been through the process of trying to select a topic know how true to life this can be!
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Word Studies for Those that Don't Know Hebrew or Greek
Jackson Wu has some helpful advice here for doing word studies when you don't know Hebrew or Greek.
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Labels: Biblical languages, Greek, Hebrew
Mar 14, 2017
Free Audio of a Dan Wallace Textual Criticism Course
You can download free audio of a textual criticism course by Dan Wallace here. Note video and other options are not free but the audio portion is. I am also unsure of how long it will be free so you might want to take advantage of the opportunity sooner rather than later.
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Labels: Audio, Dan Wallace, Textual Criticism
Why Are Academic Books So Expensive?
Thomas Kidd explains here.
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Mar 13, 2017
Exegesis vs Exposition
Michael Duduit explains the difference between exegesis and exposition here.
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Mar 12, 2017
Missions and Hermeneutics
Will Brooks argues that training in biblical interpretation should be an integral part of every missions strategy here.
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Labels: Hermeneutics, Missions, Seminary
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