As I mentioned earlier, the current issue of the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society (60.2) contains Henry Kelly’s essay on “Love of Neighbor as Great Commandment in the Time of Jesus: Grasping at Straws in the Hebrew Scriptures” (265–81). According to the abstract, One’s “neighbor,” generously interpreted to include everyone else in the world, even personal […]
In its first 2017 issue (currently behind the society membership paywall), the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society has a version of Daniel Wallace’s presidential address from the 2016 annual Evangelical Theological Society meeting: “Medieval Manuscripts and Modern Evangelicals: Lessons from the Past, Guidance for the Future” (5–34). Per the abstract, the essay focuses on paratextual and […]
The Evangelical Theological Society has a concise, helpful list of general “best practices” for crafting a quality conference paper proposal. Besides perhaps the title length character maximum, all of the recommendations seem quite appropriate as broadly applicable suggestions, no matter to what conference a given paper proposal is submitted.
The Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 56, no. 2 includes the following: Jason DeRouchie, “The Blessing-Commission, the Promised Offspring, and the Toledot Structure of Genesis” Jeffrey Niehaus, “God’s Covenant with Abraham” Douglas Petrovich, “Identifying Nimrod of Genesis 10 with Sargon of Akkad by Exegetical and Archaeological Means” Todd Scacewater, “Galatians 2:11–21 and the Interpretive Context of ‘Works […]
From the latest Zondervan academic update: If you can’t make it to ETS, however, there is now a next-best option. We are sponsoring live webcasts of all plenary speakers, including E. Calvin Beisner, Russell Moore, Richard Bauckham, and Douglas Moo. Visit www.LiveStream.com/ZondervanAcademic to RSVP and get reminders. Particulars about the plenary sessions, including scheduling, can […]