Category Archives: Biblical Studies

And The Winner Is…

Congratulations to Harold Dixon on winning our last book giveaway. Harold won a copy of When in Romans by Beverly Roberts Gaventa. Thanks to all who participated! Advertisements

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This week I’m offering When in Romans: An Invitation to Linger with the Gospel according to Paul by Beverly Roberts Gaventa. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: About When reading the book of Romans, we often focus on … Continue reading

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Undesigned Coincidences in the Gospels and Acts

What, exactly, is an “undesigned coincidence”? Lydia McGrew explains, An undesigned coincidence is a notable connection between two or more accounts or texts that doesn’t seem to have been planned by the person or people giving the accounts. Despite their … Continue reading

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This week I’m offering Old Testament Textual Criticism: A Practical Introduction by Ellis R. Brotzman and Eric J. Tully. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: “This accessibly written, practical introduction to Old Testament textual criticism helps students understand … Continue reading

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And the Winner Is…

Congratulations to Randy McCracken on winning our last book giveaway. Randy won a copy of The Synoptic Problem: Four Views. Thanks to all who participated!

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This week I’m offering The Synoptic Problem: Four Views, edited by Stanley E. Porter and Bryan R. Dyer. Here’s the catalog description and table of contents: “The relationship between Matthew, Mark, and Luke is one of the most contested topics … Continue reading

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Does Mark 16:9-20 Belong in the New Testament?

Achieving a consensus among scholars is always difficult. I would say there is close to a consensus among New Testament textual critics when it comes to the long ending of the Gospel of Mark. They would almost unanimously concur that … Continue reading

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