A couple of weeks ago I noted that Dale Allison’s James and Karl Donfried’s 1 & 2 Thessalonians ICC volumes were selling at reasonable prices at bookdepository.com. The bad news is that the prices of the volumes have since been raised. The good news is that, on various websites, additional ICC volumes are now listed as available for pre-order. E. Earle Ellis’ posthumous 1 Corinthians is available at a significant discount (33% off) at Amazon, as is Loveday Alexander’s Hebrews (35% off). This is quite a productive year for the ICC. Does anybody know who has taken over the editorship of the series since Graham Stanton’s death?
Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Thursday, 16 May 2013
John Barclay, “Paul and the Gift: Gift-Theory, Grace and Critical Issues in the Interpretation of Paul”Posted by JGoodrich under Academia, Ancient History, Conferences, Durham, Paul, Paul and His Interpreters
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On May 3rd, John Barclay gave the inaugural lecture of the Centre for the Social-Scientific Study of the Bible, of St. Mary’s University College, UK. Barclay’s lecture, “Paul and the Gift: Gift-Theory, Grace and Critical Issues in the Interpretation of Paul,” summarized much of what will undoubtedly appear at length in his forthcoming book on Paul and the Gift (Eerdmans). Thankfully, St. Mary’s has made the video lecture available on YouTube.
Saturday, 11 May 2013
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Thanks to Nijay Gupta for notifying us of the release, or near release, of two volumes in the prestigious International Critical Commentary series: Dale Allison on the epistle of James (just released), and Karl Donfried on 1 & 2 Thessalonians (to-be released in October). Nijay notes that the Amazon (USA) prices are rather steep. I checked; Amazon offers 14% off Allison and 10% off Donfried. For the bargain shopper, BookDepository.com is selling each for a bit more of a reduction–19% off Allison and 25% off Donfried, with free shipping worldwide. Allison is available for even cheaper through private vendors on Amazon and other sites.