In the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 62.2 (353–69), Greg Goswell contemplates “Reading Romans after the Book of Acts.” According to the abstract, The Acts-Romans sequence, such as found in the Latin manuscript tradition and familiar to readers of the English Bible, is hermeneutically significant and fruitful. Early readers had good reason to place […]
The University of Cincinnati’s Department of Classics has a podcast with several noteworthy episodes, including an interview with Jodi Magness and a whole series on Qumran and Judean Desert texts. HT: AWOL
In my email recently, I found Fortress Press had kindly provided a review copy of Gabriele Boccaccini and Carlos Segovia’s edited volume Paul the Jew: Rereading the Apostle as a Figure of Second Temple Judaism (2016). According to the book’s blurb: The decades-long effort to understand the apostle Paul within his Jewish context is now firmly established in […]
Charles Haws notes that Revue de Qumrân now has a website. In commemoration of the website’s launch about a dozen articles have been made openly available.
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.”
The latest Bloomsbury Highlights notes the newly available volume 16 in the T&T Clark Jewish and Christian Texts Series. The volume is a revision of my 2011 dissertation at Southeastern Seminary and primarily explores paradigmatic, or presuppositional, aspects of the hermeneutics at play in Romans and some of the Qumran sectarian texts. Bloomsbury presently has the […]