Evernote is a program that manages assorted notes and images while attempting to render searchable any text—even handwritten text—that is in its database. While the program already provides some very useful features for biblical studies research, a beta version of a major overhaul for Evernote’s Windows client is now available. The new version mostly aims to enhance performance and to make future improvements easier.
The Theological Writing Handout has been updated. The major change from 0.7 (beta) to 0.8 (beta) is the addition of example insets for each type of source that the handout mentions (see §32.11). The most recent version, 0.8.1 (beta), contains some minor, pagination changes in comparison with version 0.8. For fuller details on the changes made since version 0.7, please see the 0.7 to 0.8 and the 0.8 to 0.8.1 change logs.
You may view the latest version of the handout here or download it from Scribd.
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include the following:
New Testament and Cognate Studies
- L. Stephanie Cobb, Dying to Be Men: Gender and Language in Early Christian Martyr Texts, reviewed by Jan Willem van Henten
- J. Edward Crowley and Paul L. Danove, The Rhetoric of Characterization of God, Jesus, and Jesus’ Disciples in the Gospel of Mark, reviewed by Seán P. Kealy
- F. Gerald Downing, God with Everything: The Divine in the Discourse of the First Christian Century, reviewed by Michael Lakey
- Joseph A. Fitzmyer, A Guide to the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature, reviewed by Shayna Sheinfeld
- Matthew J. Marohl, Faithfulness and the Purpose of Hebrews: A Social Identity Approach, reviewed by Renate Viveen Hood
- Etienne Nodet, The Historical Jesus? Necessity and Limits of an Inquiry, reviewed by James West
- Ilaria Ramelli and David Konstan, Terms for Eternity: Aiônios and Aïdios in Classical and Christian Texts, reviewed by Jan G. van der Watt
- Kevin J. Vanhoozer, ed., Theological Interpretation of the New Testament: A Book-by-Book Survey, reviewed by Erik Heen
- Ellen F. Davis, Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture: An Agrarian Reading of the Bible, reviewed by Philip F. Esler
- William H. Jennings, Storms over Genesis: Biblical Battleground in America’s Wars of Religion, reviewed by Michael D. Matlock
- Julie Kelso, O Mother, Where Art Thou? An Irigarayan Reading of the Book of Chronicles, reviewed by Susanne Scholz
- Alexander I. Negrov, Biblical Interpretation in the Russian Orthodox Church: A Historical and Hermeneutical Perspective, reviewed by Peter Penner
- Lori Anne Ferrell, The Bible and the People, reviewed by Seán P. Kealy
- Julia M. O’Brien, Challenging Prophetic Metaphor: Theology and Ideology in the Prophets, reviewed by Bo H. Lim
- Mikeal C. Parsons, Acts, reviewed by I. Howard Marshall