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.
The latest reviews from the Review of Biblical Literature include: Jewish Scriptures and Cognate Studies A. Graeme Auld, First and Second Samuel: A Commentary, reviewed by Phillip G. Camp Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Margarete van Ess, and Joachim Marzahn, eds., Babylon: Wissenskultur in Orient und Okzident, reviewed by Michael S. Moore Alan T. Levenson, The Making of the Modern Jewish Bible: […]
On the web: Tokens makes available the final part of their interview with Walter Brueggemann. Theological Studies has back issues from 5 years ago and beyond freely available online (HT: Charles Jones). Michael Halcomb reflects on some of Albert Schweitzer’s comments on Christian scholars. Tommy Keene highlights BibleArc. Archive.org has Gordon Fee’s PhD thesis available […]