I’ve recently migrated this site to a new webhost. The contents of the site are all now available at http://jdavidstark.com/. If you notice any broken links or other things that haven’t come over properly, please comment on this post. If you subscribe by email, your subscription should also been migrated properly to the new webhost, and you … Continue reading
From Dan Wallace: New manuscripts digitized by the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) have just been added to our searchable collection. These include 10 new manuscripts from the National Library of Greece in Athens, the site of our ongoing digitization project for 2015–16. For details about each of the manuscripts, see … Continue reading
From ETC: Today, the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts (CSNTM) launched their new and vastly improved website at CSNTM.org. For details about the reboot see ETC’s post and the CSNTM website.
Chris Stevens has the latest article in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, “John 9.38-39a: A Scribal Interjection for Literary Reinforcement.”
Raymond Jachowski has the latest article in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism, “The Death of Herod the Great and the Latin Josephus: Re-examining the Twenty-second Year of Tiberius.”
The folks at Lexham Press have kindly sent along a pre-release copy of Michael Heiser’s new book, Supernatural. Heiser holds a PhD in Hebrew Bible and Semitic Languages from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Supernatural is a follow-up to Heiser’s previous volume Unseen Realm (Lexham, 2015; see Supernatural, 9). Both continue following up on themes Heiser previously explored in his doctoral thesis … Continue reading
From AWOL: Auctor is the postgraduate journal of the Royal Holloway (University of London) Classics department. Our aim is to provide a high quality peer-reviewed journal, where postgraduates at any stage in their career can publish notes or articles pertaining to the classical world. We do not discriminate and so not only welcome submissions in Classical … Continue reading
November’s freebies at Logos Bible Software include several fine texts: Lutz, Matthew (Hermeneia, vol. 1)—with vol. 2 coming in at $1.99. Kuyper, Collected Works in Public Theology (excerpts) Caesar, Gallic War (Loeb Classical Library) Update: Verbum now shows November’s free text too: Bernard of Clairvaux’s sermons on Advent and Christmas.
As a prefatory note to this post, I’ve noted before my very great appreciation for what Faithlife does through its Logos Bible Software platform. I’ve been using Logos to some extent since the early “Libronix” versions and more so for about the past 8 years. One of the feature’s I’ve appreciated about the software is the … Continue reading
From AWOL: The American Numismatic Society has created an Open Access digital library. One purpose is to host unpublished and/or orphaned MA and PhD theses/dissertations that have numismatic content. As a part of this library your thesis will be Open Access, full-text searchable, and http://schema.org properties will help Google relevance. If you (or someone you … Continue reading