At this year’s Friday meeting of the Institute for Biblical Research, the folks from InterVarsity Press kindly distributed to Institute members copies of Anthony Thisleton’s The Living Paul: An Introduction to the Apostle’s Life and Thought. Then, in the book room at SBL, the folks from Wipf and Stock and Zondervan graciously passed along desk copies for a couple of next semester’s textbooks: Michael Bird’s The Saving Righteousness of God: Studies on Paul, Justification, and the New Perspective and Marvin Pate’s edited Four Views on the Book of Revelation (with contributions by Kenneth Gentry, Sam Hamstra, Marvin Pate, and Robert Thomas). Finally, before the end of SBL, two additional, biblical texts had made their way into the suitcase: The Greek New Testament: SBL Edition and Biblia Sacra Hebraica et Graeca.
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