Tag: Lexham Press

  • Daily Gleanings (11 April 2019)

    Tim Perry, ed., The Theology of Benedict XVI: A Protestant Appreciation is forthcoming from Lexham. Given the scheduled contributors, this volume sounds like it will be quite interesting. For the list of the contributors with their essays, see Lexham’s second image in their post at the link above. “You can’t get to where you want…

  • Ministry and graduate school

    Jake Mailhot discusses “how to juggle ministry while attending seminary.” The post takes its cues from Danny Zacharias and Ben Forrest’s Surviving and Thriving in Seminary (Lexham, 2017). Mailhot aggregates several lines of advice, but one particularly key piece is the anecdote that A mentor of Ben’s recalled writing in his Bible as a young…

  • May freebies from Faithlife

    Noteworthy freebies from Faithlife this month include: Bush, Beckham, and Due, Live in Liberty: The Spiritual Message of Galatians (Lexham, 2015) Chrysostom, Homilies on the Acts of the Apostles (Parker, 1851) à Kempis, De la imitación de Cristo [The Imitation of Christ, Spanish translation] (Subirana, 1908)

  • Heiser, “Supernatural”

    The folks at Lexham Press have kindly sent along a copy of Michael Heiser’s book, Supernatural. Heiser holds a PhD in Hebrew Bible and Semitic Languages from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Supernatural is a follow-up to Heiser’s previous volume Unseen Realm (Lexham, 2015; see Supernatural, 9). Both continue following up on themes Heiser previously explored in his doctoral thesis on “The Divine…

  • Lexham Bible Dictionary Updates

    Lexham Bible Dictionary now includes among its entries my contributions on “Aquila,” “Emesa,” “Israel, Place,” and “Law in Second Temple Judaism.” Connections can read these contributions via my LinkedIn page under “Publications.”

  • Lexham Updates

    The Lexham Theological Wordbook began shipping late last year and includes my entry on “Forgiveness.” The Lexham Bible Dictionary has recently been updated with, among other items, my entries on “Haifa” and “Jenin.” Connections can read these contributions via my LinkedIn page under “Publications.”