On the Web:
- Alin Suciu provides a PDF of the now public-domain R. Draguet, Julien d’Halicarnasse et sa controverse avec Sévère d’Antioche sur l’incorruptibilité du corps du Christ (Louvain: Smeesters, 1924). The bibliographic entry is available here (BibTeX).
- Google Books has Adolf Deissman’s Bible Studies (trans. Alexander Grieve; Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1903) available for download in PDF format. The bibliographic entry is available here (BibTeX).
- Logos 4.5 (SR1) is available with some minor bug fixes, and Evernote for Windows gets a major update for its PDF handling.
- Jim Davila notes a couple updates about recent stories of Jewish manuscript finds in Afghanistan (1, 2), as does John Byron.
- John Byron reflects on a selection from Thomas à Kempis and lectures on rewritten Bible.
- Marc Cortez discusses “How to Reject a Rejection Letter,” announces a series on the value of blogging, and begins this series by considering how blogging can improve writing.
- Richard Hays delivers lectures on “Torah Reconfigured: Reading Scripture with Matthew” and “The One Who Redeems Israel: Reading Scripture with Luke” (HT: Kerry Lee).
- Matthew Montonini notes some new Durham University dissertations that are available and collects links to audio resources by Rikk Watts.
- Charles Jones mentions the website of the Berliner Papyrusdatenbank, which includes some papyrus images.
- Robert Woods discusses C. S. Lewis’s “Reading of Old Books.” For links to the essay’s full text, please see here.
- Larry Hurtado considers “Bousset and ‘Early High Christology.'”
- Brian LePort notes an interview with Peter Williams on the Gospels’ reliability.
- Greg Goswell has the latest article in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, “An Early Commentary on the Pauline Corpus: The Capitulation of Codex Vaticanus.” For the full text of the article, please see the JGRChJ’s current volume page.