Category Archives: Biblical Studies Resources
That’s right- it’s the 2017 edition of the Luther Bible. Hooray.
Hendrickson have just published this new volume: Hendrickson’s The Complete Hebrew-Greek Bible combines under one cover the complete text of the Hebrew Bible and the Greek New Testament. Ideal for pastors, students, scholars, and anyone else who has studied both … Continue reading
Celebrating 40 years of Bible and Computer The ETCBC (Eep Talstra Centre for Bible and Computer, VU Amsterdam) organizes its special anniversary celebration: ETCBC≥40. This will take place on 31 October 2017 with a special meeting featuring presentations by Talstra … Continue reading
Published today. Just scroll down the page to the section on the Apocrypha and you’ll find it. While you’re obtaining this little gem why not go ahead and acquire the whole series either in print (buying each volume individually) or … Continue reading
The ‘Person in the Pew’ commentary series is the only series of Commentaries written by a single person on the entire Bible and aimed at layfolk in modern history. The books can be obtained now only in PDF format for a mere $199 … Continue reading
Modern science informs us about the end of the universe: “game over” is the message which lies ahead of our world. Christian theology, on the other hand, sees in the end not the cessation of all life, but rather an … Continue reading
Bloomsbury is publishing, as I’ve mentioned before, a series of ‘Study Guides to the Old Testament‘ written by members of the Society for Old Testament Study. I reviewed a couple for the Old Testament Book List and now I’ve received … Continue reading
Do you want to study the Bible? This year again, I teach a course of Introduction to the Bible and to exegesis at the University of Strasbourg. This is a first-year course for students preparing a bachelor in Protestant Theology or a … Continue reading
Studies of the Curse of Ham, the belief that the Bible consigned blacks to everlasting servitude, confuse and conflate two separate origins stories (etiologies), one of black skin and the other of black slavery. This work unravels the etiologies and … Continue reading
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The Challenge to Diachronic Method From Empirical Models of Ancient Writing. In looking beyond the Hebrew scriptures to the epigraphic corpus of the ancient Near East, we multiply the data from which to adduce theories of textual development. When biblicists … Continue reading
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From now through midnight Eastern Time on 29 August you can get the Commentary for 50% off in celebration of my birthday. It’s my gift to you. The ‘Person in the Pew’ commentary series is the only series of Commentaries written … Continue reading
For Jesus and his contemporaries, what we now know as the Old Testament was simply the Scriptures—and it was the fundamental basis of how people understood their relationship with God. In this book John Goldingay uncovers five major ways in … Continue reading
Free 30 Day Trial Access to the Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, and Other Important Volumes
Test EBR Online, HBR, JBR, ZAW, ZNW and SBR yourself and activate your 30 days of free online trial. Your access token: ebr0197820. How to get access: degruyter.com/accesstoken Additionally, you can find additional information here, including brief ‘reviews’ of certain articles. Other article reviews from Volume … Continue reading
The Guide to Jesus provides an outline of current international Jesus research. It presents interpretations of the figure of Jesus in the history of Christianity from its beginnings until the first decades of the twenty-first century. Furthermore, the activity, teaching, … Continue reading
So, as a special incentive, if you buy The Commentary I will send you a pair of eclipse eyewear for “dazzling insight protection”*. The ‘Person in the Pew’ commentary series is the only series of Commentaries written by a single person on … Continue reading
The earliest Latin commentary on the Gospels, lost for more than 1,500 years, has been rediscovered and made available in English for the first time. The extraordinary find, a work written by a bishop in northern Italy, Fortunatianus of Aquileia, dates … Continue reading
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