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.
Barbara Aland, Kurt Aland, Johannes Karavidopoulos, Carlo M. Martini, and Bruce Metzger, eds.
The Greek New Testament with Dictionary
Reviewed by Timothy A. Brookins
Herbert W. Basser with Marsha B. Cohen
The Gospel of Matthew and Judaic Traditions: A Relevance-Based Commentary
Reviewed by Akiva Cohen
Martin Leuenberger, ed.
Reviewed by Bob Becking
Jack R. Lundbom
Jeremiah: Prophet Like Moses
Reviewed by Samuel Hildebrandt
Robert D. Miller II, ed.
Between Israelite Religion and Old Testament Theology: Essays on Archaeology, History, and Hermeneutics
Reviewed by Ryan P. Bonfiglio
B. J. Oropeza
Exploring Second Corinthians: Death and Life, Hardship and Rivalry
Reviewed by Elliott C. Maloney, OSB
Reviewed by Adam White
Christopher R. Seitz
Reviewed by Devin L. White
Joan E. Taylor, ed.
Jesus and Brian: Exploring the Historical Jesus and His Times via Monty Python’s Life of Brian
Reviewed by Brian LePort
Ritual and Christian Beginnings: A Socio-cognitive Analysis
Reviewed by Maria Karyakina
Jul 15, 2017
Jul 14, 2017
Thom Rainer has some good suggestions here on six things to include in church staff bios. I think this would also relate to faculty bios as well.
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Jul 13, 2017
During my recent participation at the Tel Gezer dig, I learned that what is uncovered must either be protected or conserved. So sometimes what is uncovered is re-covered to protect it. In other cases, what has been exposed is left exposed. In such instances, conservation or preservation is undertaken. In this post, Leen Ritmyer gives an excellent explanation of what is involved in conservation and his involvement at Tel Shiloh.
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Labels: Biblical Archaeology, Holy Land
Jul 12, 2017
Fly Through Animation of Ai (Khirbet el-Maqatir)
Fly Through Animation of the fortress of Ai based on the archaeological excavations at Khirbet el-Maqatir.
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Labels: Backgrounds, Biblical Archaeology, Joshua, Old Testament
The Corruption of Biblical Studies?
This essay does a decent job in pointing out the tensions between religious and academic studies of the Bible and how the latter is not as agenda driven as the former. As the subtitle points out, the "Academic scrutiny of scripture, a discipline prey to intellectual fashion since its inception, is today pursued by many in the service of secular liberal positions."
HT: Rob Bradshaw
HT: Rob Bradshaw
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Labels: Biblical Studies
Jul 11, 2017
Five “Fake News” Stories Related to Early Christianity
Michael Kruger identifies five “fake news” stories that many people believe about early Christianity here.
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Labels: Christian History
Jul 10, 2017
This story might need to be put in the bizarre file, but you can read about a secret proposal called "Project Habakkuk," to build aircraft carriers out of ice during WW II.
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Labels: Habakkuk, Illustrations, Old Testament
Jul 9, 2017
Tandy Archaeological Museum Honored with 2017 Best of Fort Worth Award
You can read this story about the Tandy Archaeological Museum here. I visited the Tandy museum a few years ago but it sounds like I need to make a return visit. The museum has a decent website here and you can view photos of the collections here.
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