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Daniel R. Streett, Ph.D.
Houston Baptist University.
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Review of Matthew D. Jensen, Affirming the Resurrection of the Incarnate Christ: A Reading of 1 John
You can read a pdf of the review here: Review of Matthew D. Jensen, Affirming the Resurrection of the Incarnate Christ: A Reading of 1 John. I was invited last year by Joel Williams, the book review editor at the Journal of … Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be convenient to have a combined Greek NT and LXX? Well, last year the German Bible Society published one. You can buy it on Amazon here: LXX-NA28 Greek Bible (Biblia Graeca). It will cost you a pretty penny, … Continue reading
I’m very proud to announce the publication of my younger brother’s (Andrew Streett) doctoral thesis, The Vine and the Son of Man: Eschatological Interpretation of Psalm 80 in Early Judaism. It is part of Fortress Press’s prestigious new peer-reviewed monograph series, The … Continue reading
You’ll want to be sure to keep an eye on the forthcoming digital Loeb Classical Library (HT: Ken Penner). The link includes a 2 minute video that gives some screenshots. The interface should be ready by this fall. It will be … Continue reading
Thanks to Michael Hanel of the Bibleworks blog, Bibleworks users now have access to the Greek text and an English translation of Philostratus’ Life of Apollonius of Tyana, a 3rd century CE work that is
Eerdmans has just released the 10th volume in its NDIEC series. That stands for New Documents Illustrating Early Christianity. The editors of this series comb through all the published inscriptions and papyri and select the ones they think are most relevant to … Continue reading
If you’re interested in the Book of Revelation or the Jewish feasts, you may want to check out my just-published review of a new book by Daniel Stramara, God’s Timetable: The Book of Revelation and the Feast of Seven Weeks. Although my … Continue reading
You’ll definitely want to check out the new “mini-Hexapla,” edited by Fred Long, who teaches NT at Asbury Seminary, and Michael Halcomb (who is pursuing a PhD at Asbury and also blogs at Πιστευομεν). The title is:
I recently received an email from Catholic University of America Press featuring a new release by Donald Fairbairn, who teaches Patristics at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts. The book, titled Understanding Language: A Guide for Beginning Students of Greek & … Continue reading