Craig Keener has an interesting post on the interaction between Isaac and Ishmael in Gen 21:10. The post mainly outlines the major options for what the text might be suggesting and promises two followups that will discuss “Isaac’s line being Abraham’s heir [as well as] the propriety of Abraham sending Hagar and Ishmael away.”
This month, Logos Bible Software has Craig Keener’s New Covenant Commentary volume on Romans available for free. The companion deep-discount volume is Gordon Fee’s on Revelation, also from the NCC.
Craig Keener shares the following humorous diagram:
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies Francis Landy, Hosea, reviewed by Gert T. M. Prinsloo Angela R. Roskop, The Wilderness Itineraries: Genre, Geography, and the Growth of Torah, reviewed by Nathan MacDonald Mark R. Sneed, The Politics of Pessimism in Ecclesiastes: A Social-Science Perspective, reviewed by Robert Williamson Jr. New Testament […]
Apparently, Baker Academic has now entered the blogosphere (HT: The Jesus Blog). Besides the initial announcement, the blog is kicking off with an interview with Craig Keener about his Miracles (2011).
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies Katharine J. Dell, Brian A. Mastin, and James K. Aitken, eds., On Stone and Scroll: Essays in Honour of Graham Ivor Davies, reviewed by Lena-Sofia Tiemeyer Matthew R. Schlimm, From Fratricide to Forgiveness: The Language and Ethics of Anger in Genesis, reviewed […]