Through September 3, the Westminster Bookstore has select Ed Clowney resources available at half-off, including: How Jesus Transforms the Ten Commandments Preaching and Biblical Theology Unfolding Mystery: Discovering Christ in the Old Testament (2nd ed) As usual, the Bookstore has also included some related, free PDF or multimedia material on these books’ product pages.
James Tucker considers Timothy McLay’s comments regarding memory and textual variation in the use of Septuagintal texts, particularly 2 Kgdms 7; Amos 9:11 in conjunction with Acts 15:16.
The folks at the Bulletin for Biblical Research have very kindly agreed to publish a revised version of my presentation from the November, 2009 meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society: “Rewriting Prophets in the Corinthian Correspondence: A Window on Paul’s Hermeneutic.” To provide just a bit fuller picture of the essay’s argument: In the broadest […]
Why should Christians care about Jewish scriptures and their theology? Bruce Waltke offers some telling remarks: Consequently, Waltke’s remarks appear nicely to complement and extend Klyne Snodgrass’s recent lectures on a hermeneutics of identity. HT: Matthew Montonini
Regarding the place of Jesus in Paul’s hermeneutic, James Aageson suggests that [Paul’s] hermeneutic is inherently theological and is governed by his experience on the Damascus road and its legacy. From a persecutor of the early church, Paul was transformed into a man with a mission to carry the name of Jesus to the Gentile […]