Baker Academic has an interesting, three-part interview with Edith Humphrey about her new book Scripture and Tradition.
Zondervan has kindly made available a PDF containing Eckhard Schnabel’s treatment of Acts 25:1–26:32 in his Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament volume (HT: Jesse Hillman).
Paul Danove has the latest article in Biblical and Ancient Greek Linguistics, “Features of the Conceptualization of Transference in the New Testament”: This article develops five features that describe the conceptualizations of the event of transference grammaticalized by New Testament verbs, and uses these features to formulate a model of the possible New Testament usages of … Continue reading
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies John E. Anderson, Jacob and the Divine Trickster: A Theology of Deception and Yhwh’s Fidelity to the Ancestral Promise in the Jacob Cycle, reviewed by Koog P. Hong Frank Lothar Hossfeld and Eric Zenger, Psalms 3: A Commentary on Psalms 101–150, reviewed by Leonard … Continue reading
The latest issue of the Journal of Biblical Literature includes: John Dominic Crossan, “A Vision of Divine Justice: The Resurrection of Jesus in Eastern Christian Iconography” Jill Hicks-Keeton, “Already/Not Yet: Eschatological Tension in the Book of Tobit” Shane Berg, “Ben Sira, the Genesis Creation Accounts, and the Knowledge of God’s Will” Seth Bledsoe, “Can Ahiqar … Continue reading
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies Keith Bodner, Jeroboam’s Royal Drama, reviewed by Mark McEntire Erhard S. Gerstenberger, Israel in the Persian Period: The Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C.E., reviewed by John Engle Edwin M. Good, Genesis 1–11: Tales of the Earliest World, reviewed by Brian D. Russell Michelle J. Levine, Nahmanides … Continue reading
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies Melissa A. Jackson, Comedy and Feminist Interpretation of the Hebrew Bible: A Subversive Collaboration, reviewed by Kathryn D. Blanchard Tremper Longman III, Introducing the Old Testament: A Short Guide to Its History and Message, reviewed by Trent Butler James D. Nogalski, The Book of the … Continue reading
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies Francis Landy, Hosea, reviewed by Gert T. M. Prinsloo Angela R. Roskop, The Wilderness Itineraries: Genre, Geography, and the Growth of Torah, reviewed by Nathan MacDonald Mark R. Sneed, The Politics of Pessimism in Ecclesiastes: A Social-Science Perspective, reviewed by Robert Williamson Jr. New Testament … Continue reading
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
The latest issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society arrived in today’s mail and includes the following: Matthew Akers, “What’s in a Name?: An Examination of the Usage of the Term ‘Hebrew’ in the Old Testament” G. K. Beale, “The Use of Hosea 11:1 in Matthew 2:15: One More Time” Joseph Greene, “The Spirit in … Continue reading