BA Books & Authors on the Web – March 4, 2016

Cover ArtCraig Bartholomew’s Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics was the Book of the Week at Exegetical Tools.

“Truly a tour de force of the many methodologies, historical precedents, and disciplines that are wrapped up in the process of interpreting the Bible.”

Exegetical Tools also featured two posts on specific aspects of Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics, Craig Bartholomew’s Philosophy of History Drawn from the Old Testament Worldview and Eight Guidelines for a Trinitarian Hermeneutic.

At Pneuma Review, Amos Yong reviewed Apocalypticism in the Bible and Its World by Frederick J. Murphy.

David Wilhite’s The Gospel According to Heretics was reviewed by Nate Claiborne.

Cover ArtThe Gospel Coalition interviewed Bryan Litfin about his book Early Christian Martyr Stories.

“The appetite for these stories was huge. People wanted to learn about their heroes’ adventures, and they wanted to feel close to those heroes and even seek their aid.”

RJS, at Jesus Creed, completed a series on J. Richard Middleton’s A New Heaven and a New Earth.

Norman Wirzba, author of From Nature to Creation, was interviewed at Christian Humanist Profiles.

 

BA Books & Authors on the Web – August 1, 2014

Cover ArtFrederick J. Murphy’s Apocalypticism in the Bible and Its World was reviewed by J. Todd Hibbard for RBL.

“[A] book that can be recommended enthusiastically. It contains a wealth of information that will enrich one’s reading of the apocalyptic literature of the biblical period, whether beginner or seasoned scholar.”

Also at RBL, Keith Bodner reviewed From Paradise to the Promised Land, by T. Desmond Alexander.

Marilyn Matevia reviewed Nicholas Wolterstorff’s Journey toward Justice, for The Englewood Review of Books.

Beginning with the Word, by Roger Lundin, was reviewed by Condrade Yap at Panorama of a Book Saint.

At Grace for Sinners, Mathew Sims reviewed Desiring the Kingdom, by James K.A. Smith.

Both Bob on Books and David Koyzis at Notes from a Byzantine-Rite Calvinist reviewed James Skillen’s The Good of Politics.

That Happy Certainty featured a series on Douglas Moo and his work in Galatians.

Atonement, Law, and Justice, by Adonis Vidu, was recommended by T. L. Arsenal.

EQUIP Book Club reflected on The Family by Jack and Judy Balswick.

At New Testament Perspectives, Matthew Montonini mentioned Francis Moloney’s forthcoming Reading the New Testament in the Church.

Gary Burge, author of Interpreting the Gospel of John and Jesus and the Land, wrote about the collapse of ethics in the conflict in Israel and Gaza.