Recently in cyberspace:
- Sofiya Melnykova notes that Open Culture is collecting lists of free ebooks and audiobooks.
- Matthew writes that Amazon is preparing to release its own line of Kindle tablet devices.
- Uniting Church Theological College (Melbourne, Australia) seeks a Professor of Old Testament (HT: Tyndale House).
- Jeremy notes the availability a Hebrew Bible, according to the Westminster Leningrad Codex, for Kindle (part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4).
- Tommy Wasserman reports that Evangelical Textual Criticism is now on Facebook.
- Stephen Carlson lists errata for Swanson’s collation of G and 1735 in Galatians and discusses “The Position of με in Acts 20:23”
- Georgia State University seeks a Visiting Instructor of Hebrew.
- Logos Bible Software has released a free Czech Study Bible, is almost ready to ship the Evangelical Exegetical Commentary, and for a limited time, they are also offering the Baker Theology Collection (11 vols.) for about 31% off with the coupon code “AEBTC9621.”
- John Meade reflects on recent funding issues for humanities and Biblical Studies projects.
- Nijay Gupta highly recommends Croy’s Prima Scriptura and discusses “The Question of Coherence in Philo’s Cultic Imagery: A Socio-literary Approach” in the current issue of the Journal for the Study of Pseudepigrapha.
- Evernote’s extension for Google Chrome gets a substantial update:
- Cynthia Nielsen considers Augustine and non-modern autobiographical confession (part 1, part 2, part 3).
- Rob Bradshaw (May 4, 2011) posts George Mavrodes, “The Inspiration of Autographs,” Evangelical Quarterly 41.1 (1969): 19–29 (HT: Peter Head).
- Trevin Wax reproduces and reflects on some of N. T. Wright’s comments about Rob Bell’s Love Wins (HT: John Byron), and Josh Graves posts the original video of Wright’s comments (HT: Matt Dabbs).
- Concordia University seeks an Assistant Professor of Theology (Old Testament, Hebrew Scriptures, or Hebrew Language Emphasis).