I have written a book review that is slated to be published in an upcoming issue of Bible Study Magazine. You can see what Bible Study Magazine looks like by flipping through this past issue. The book I review is Lamentations and the Song of Songs, by Harvey Cox and Stephanie Paulsell. It’s the newest edition of Westminster … Continue reading One of my reviews to be published in Bible Study Magazine
Now that I’ve spent considerable time with Advances in the Study of Greek (book announcement here), I’m reporting back to say: It’s awesome. I have a review submitted for an upcoming issue of Bible Study Magazine. Two observations that didn’t fit into that review, with one that did: Campbell’s writing is good. Compelling, clear, cogent, coherent, etc. … Continue reading Advances in the Study of Greek: New Book. It’s Awesome.
I really appreciated Constantine R. Campbell’s Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek. Yes, I read it cover to cover. And no, it was not even for a book review or class! Just for fun. I don’t know enough to wade intelligently into the minutiae of the verbal aspect debate, but I do know … Continue reading Book Note: Advances in the Study of Greek
Where gospel difference is seen as a problem or weakness that calls for elaborate harmonization procedures or critical unmasking, the root cause is a dissatisfaction with canonical pluralism as such and a determination to reduce it to singularity. But that is to overlook the hermeneutical significance of the canon itself, which strives to integrate the … Continue reading The Gospels as “the Song of the Four Living Creatures”