The latest issue of Currents in Biblical Research includes: Kristin De Troyer, “The Seventy-two and their Many Grandchildren: A Review of Septuagint Studies from 1997 Onward” Nicholas Perrin and Christopher W. Skinner, “Recent Trends in Gospel of Thomas Research (1989–2011): Part II: Genre, Theology and Relationship to the Gospel of John” Timo S. Paananen, “From … Continue reading
The Christian Classics Ethereal Library, developed by Calvin College, again has very nicely formatted, searchable PDFs for the 38-volume Church Fathers set available for free, but donations are appreciated. The PDF for ANF, vol. 10, includes scanned page images. The other PDFs flow their text independently of the formatting and pagination of the original set, but the … Continue reading
April DeConick points out that the Clairmont Colleges Digital Library has put online a number of images of the Nag Hammadi codices.
Recently, I’ve become very impressed with Documenta Catholica Omnia. The user interface may present some challenges, especially to those who have minimal or no command of Latin. Even so, trial and error can still be profitable allies, and the site has an extensive library of resources from the Church Fathers, including a substantial number of … Continue reading
The Internet Archive has a Greek text of Justin Martyr’s Dialog with Trypho available in two parts (vol. 1; vol. 2).
This week in the blogosphere: Baker acquires Hendrickson’s academic arm (HT: Nijay Gupta and Rod Decker). Larry Hurtado rightfully lauds and recommends careful attention to Harry Gable’s Books and Readers in the Early Church. Cynthia Nielsen continues her discussion of interconnections between Joerg Rieger and Frederick Douglass with a post about duality in identity construction. … Continue reading
Larry Hurtado announces that the Centre for the Study of Christian Origins now has a blog from which readers may expect posts by “the several [scholars] who make up CSCO.”