In addition to the Justification and Variegated Nomism set, Logos Bible Software now has recently added three other Mohr-Siebeck resources to their pre-publication program: Karel Jongeling and Robert Kerr, eds., Late Punic Epigraphy Matthias Henze, The Syriac Apocalypse of Daniel Mark Smith, God in Translation
On the web: Logos Bible Software adds select works of C. K. Barrett and the Justification and Variegated Nomism set to their pre-publication program. Lawrence Schiffman considers Jubilees’ rationale for Torah’s commandments. J.-L. Simonet comments on what may be some newly-identified lectionary leaves. Tommy Wasserman notes the forthcoming Biblia Graeca from Eisenbrauns.
On the web: Zotero 4.0.4 is now available with some minor improvements over the previous stable version. Joseph Kelly highlights some good advice about how not to write a thesis or dissertation. Logos Bible Software has added the Aramaic Bible series to their pre-publication program.
Logos Bible Software is currently preparing the first English translation of Geerhardus Vos’s Reformed Dogmatics. By way of background regarding Vos: [T]he “father of Reformed biblical theology,” was born 151 years ago this month. Vos, a professor of biblical theology at Princeton, lectured alongside many famous theologians, including J. Gresham Machen, B. B. Warfield, and … Continue reading
On the web: Rod Decker shares an update on his forthcoming Greek grammar. Logos Bible Software is wishing everyone a happy International Septuagint Day today with a substantial sale on their release of the Göttingen Septuagint (HT: Brian Davidson, Abram K-J). Jim Davila excerpts a Cambridge News story about funding that Cambridge and Oxford are … Continue reading
The 28th edition of the Nestle-Aland Greek New Testament, including the critical apparatus, is now available on Logos Bible Software’s prepublication program. For Peter Williams’ review of the edition earlier this week, see here.
On the Web: Phil Gons digests Tony Reinke’s suggestions for reading more. Logos Bible Software has added the 12-volume Clarendon edition of Aristotle’s works (1908–1952) to their community pricing offerings.
Logos Bible Software is now taking $0.00 pre-orders for their upcoming edition of Codex Bezae. Among the manuscript’s noteworthy characteristics, It is the oldest-known manuscript containing the story of the adulterous woman found in John 7–8, as well as a longer ending of the Gospel of Mark. There are also several apparent additions, including a … Continue reading
As Anthony Le Donne and Michael Bird have already noted, N. T. Wright’s much-anticipated fourth volume in the Christian Origins and the Question of God Series, Paul and the Faithfulness of God, has now become three installments. Besides the series’ first three volumes, all three installments of the new fourth part are now available for … Continue reading
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