Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia: A Reader’s Edition Hendrickson | Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft | Amazon | CBD Several years ago (like with the Greek New Testament) I bought Zondervan’s A Reader’s Hebrew Bible (hereafter RHB) and have used it quite a bit. It’s a handy volume and I haven’t really looked to replace it; however, now that I’ve… More Book Review: BHS – A Reader’s Edition
A Commentary on Exodus by Duane A. Garrett Kregel | Amazon | CBD Many thanks to the kind folks at Kregel for this review copy! I received this book for free in exchange for an unbiased review. Virtually any commentary on the books of the Pentateuch that has been produced in my lifetime (and well before) invariably… More Book Review: A Commentary on Exodus
A Survey of the Old Testament by Andrew Hill and John H. Walton Zondervan | Amazon | CBD Thanks to the kind folks at Zondervan for this review copy! This book is now five years old, and though I’ve not had it quite that long, this review has been in the works for a while.… More Book Review: A Survey of the Old Testament, 3rd Edition
Part 1, Proposition 2 – Expansions and revisions were possible as documents were copied generation after generation and eventually compiled into literary works This section practically reads like a primer on textual criticism, at least a couple of its components. Essentially Walton considers the role of the scribe in the transmission of what would become… More Blogging through The Lost World of Scripture: Proposition 2
Jesus the Messiah: Tracing the Promises, Expectations, and Coming of Israel’s King by Herbert W. Bateman, IV, Darrell L. Bock, and Gordon H. Johnston Kregel ǀ Amazon ǀ WTS Thanks to the folks at Kregel for this review copy! I have had the privilege of studying under both Gordon Johnston and Darrell Bock and both are truly gentleman… More Book Review: Jesus the Messiah
Cain’s wife, that is. In Gen 4:17 Cain and his wife “know” each other, conceive and give birth to Enoch. But his wife just appears in the story, seemingly out of nowhere. Obviously the biblical writers/editors/redactors don’t always give us the information we would like, but it seems odd not to mention where she came from.… More Where did she come from?
I registered for the summer and fall semesters this past week, but I’ve reconsidered my fall schedule and I think I am going to change courses. I am presently registered for the Gospel of Luke and the Epistle to the Hebrews, but I am thinking of changing to the NT in Contemporary Culture and the… More Summer and Fall