BA Books & Authors on the Web – May 3, 2013

Matthew D. Montonini conducted a two-part interview with Craig Keener about his Acts commentary on his “New Testament Perspectives” blog. Part 1. Part 2.

Matthew Miller of the academic blog briefly reviewed three Baker Academic titles in a blog post on the Psalms: Invitation to the Psalms by Rolf A. Jacobson and Karl N. Jacobson, Psalms by W. H. Bellinger Jr., and Psalms as Torah by Gordon J. Wenham.

Romans (BECNT) by Thomas R. Schreiner was recommended by Tim Challies on his blog.

Seven Events That Shaped the New Testament World by Warren Carter was reviewed by Dr. Conrade Yap.

The new issue of Themelios features several reviews of Baker Academic titles:
–    Handbook on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament by G. K. Beale [link to review]
–    Reading the Gospels Wisely by Jonathan T. Pennington [link to review]
–    Turning Points, 3rd ed. by Mark A. Noll [link to review]
–    Mapping Modern Theology eds. Kelly M. Kapic and Bruce L. McCormack [link to review]
–    Imaginative Apologetics edited by Andrew Davison [link to review]
–    The Space Between by Eric O. Jacobsen [link to review]

On the Books & Culture podcast, Stan Guthrie and John Wilson discuss the new issue of Comment magazine and its editor James K.A. Smith, the author of Imagining the Kingdom.

Matt Bianco recently interviewed James K.A. Smith about his book Desiring the Kingdom, and blogged about it here. The book was also reviewed by blogger Josh Laxton.

The Theology of Augustine by Matthew Levering was reviewed by Camden Bucey and David Filson for the Reformed Media Review podcast.

The Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism posted reviews of three Baker Academic titles: Miracles by Craig Keener, Constructing Jesus by Dale Allison, and Interpreting the Pauline Epistles, 2nd Ed. by Thomas Schreiner.

Calvin and the Reformed Tradition by Richard A. Muller was reviewed by Senior Minister Mark Jones for Reformation 21.