Just Arrived (well, not really)

We got home a couple of days ago from a 10-day trip that included missions/servant evangelism in south Louisiana for a week, visits to both set of parents (complete with birthday parties), and a few days at our home church. Though everyone but me and Andrew was beset with a stomach bug at some point, we had a great trip.

While we were visiting our home church in Forest Hill, I was able to pick up a box of mail that had not been forwarded (we shared a mailing address with the church, so the P.O. would not forward our mail). Amidst all the letters and catalogs were several review books I had long requested but had never received at my current address. They were

God Incarnate: Explorations in Christology by Oliver D. Crisp

The End of Sacrifice: Religious Transformation in Late Antiquity by Guy G. Stroumsa

The Living Paul: An Introduction to the Apostle’s Life and Thought by Anthony C. Thiselton

I also received a duplicate copy of The Lure of the Dark Side: Satan and Western Demonology in Popular Culture by Christopher Partridge and Eric Christianson. This was the original copy sent to me, but with the mail mix-ups, I just now received it. So, I may do a giveaway in the next couple of weeks!

I also received from my father-in-law a copy of Isaiah 40-66 by Gary V. Smith in the New American Commentary series, also the result of duplicate mailings.

Lots of good reading to do!

Αυτω η δοξα,

Jason

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3 thoughts on “Just Arrived (well, not really)

    1. “The Lure of the Dark Side: Satan and Western Demonology in Popular Culture” sure does have an interesting, loud cover. Good running into you again Jason on your sojourn, and once again thanks for the books. Спасибо мой друг.

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