This week in the biblioblogosphere:
- Mark Goodacre finds and makes available a PDF version of Wilhelm Wrede’s Paul.
- Daniel and Tonya draw attention to Alex Andrason’s recent article on the use of yiqtol in Biblical Hebrew (via Uri Hurwitz) and Randall Buth’s response to the article.
- Via Ekaterini Tsalampouni, Holger Szesnat mentions the availability of the new Journal of Ancient Judaism.
- Christian Askeland notes the availability of a stable, Unicode-compliant Coptic font.
- At BioLogos, Peter Enns interviews N. T. Wright about Jesus’ humanity.
- Kirk Lowery ponders current developments in the peer review process for scholarly publications.
- Scot McKnight prepares his readers for a change of blogging address.
- Larry Hurtado uploads an essay on Martin Hengel’s impact on English-speaking, New Testament scholarship.
- Charles Halton considers cartographic hermeneutics and some of their implications for readers of biblical texts.