This month, Logos Bible Software’s free book is N. T. Wright’s (SPCK, 1994). The book falls into two parts: Following Jesus: Biblical Reflections on Christian Discipleship
Part one outlines the essential messages of six major New Testament books—Hebrews, Colossians, Matthew, John, Mark, and Revelation. Part two examines six key New Testament themes—resurrection, rebirth, temptation, hell, heaven, and new life—and considers their significance for the lives of present-day disciples.
companion volume for $1.99 is Wright’s Who Was Jesus? (SPCK, 1991).
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The latest issue of the
arrived in yesterday’s mail and includes the following: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society
Paul House, “Investing in the Ruins: Jeremiah and Theological Vocation” Daniel Block, “‘What Do These Stones Mean?’: The Riddle of Deuteronomy 27”
Paul Tanner, “The Cost of Discipleship: Losing One’s Life for Jesus’ Sake”
Greg Rhodea, “Did Matthew Conceive a Virgin?: Isaiah 7:14 and the Birth of Jesus”
Daniel Wallace, “Sharp’s Rule Revisited: A Response to Stanley Porter”
Stanley Porter, “Granville Sharp’s Rule: A Response to Daniel Wallace, Or Why a Critical Book Review Should Be Left Alone”
Daniel Wallace, “Granville Sharp’s Rule: A Rejoinder to Stan Porter”
Walter Schultz, “Jonathan Edwards’s Concept of an Original Ultimate End”
Shawn Bawulski, “Reconciliationism, a Better View of Hell: Reconciliationism and Eternal Punishment”