Today, I got the 1st two 2011 issues of Bulletin for BIblical Research in the mail (21.1, 21.2). There is a review of my monograph, Worship That Makes Sense to Paul, in the 21.2 issue, written by Don Garlington. I appreciate the positive review and that he seemed to really “get” what the book was all about. My supervisors would be proud 🙂 It is nice to feel a sense of appreciation from “the guild” for your hard work. Don – cheers to you!
Having recently perused the latest catalog from Zondervan, I got excited about these future releases…
D. Bock, A Theology of Luke and Acts (sometime in 2012).
Miles van Pelt, Basics of Biblical Aramaic (maybe just released?) – we used Johns in Seminary, which worked fine, but I suspect van Pelt will really make it easy on the eyes and brain.
Four Views on the Spectrum of Evangelism (eds. A.D. Naselli and C. Hansen): perspectives:
-K.T. Bauder: Fundamentalism
-Albert Mohler: Conservative evangelicalism
-John Stackhouse: Generic evangelicalism
-Roger E. Olson: Postconservative evangelicalism
Four Views on the Apostle Paul (ed. M.F. Bird [of course!]) -focusing on Christology, soteriology, and ecclesiology (what happened to ethics, I ask?)
-Schreiner – Evangelical view
Douglas Campbell – Barthian view (of course!)
Luke Timothy Johnson – Catholic view
Mark D. Nanos – Jewish view
Y0u’ll have to wait until July 2012 for this puppy!