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Circling @goodacre’s book, Thomas and the Gospels: The Case for Thomas’s Familiarity with the Synoptics

I have had in my possession since 5 October 2012 this book that I have read. The arguments are sound,

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Review: @eerdmansbooks A Cultural Handbook to the Bible

There are times that the dedication page is a bitter-sweet send off to this one or that one; there are

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In the Mail: A Cultural Handbook to the Bible

Thanks to the fine folks at Eerdmans: The task of interpreting the Bible — which was written by and to

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An Oral Gospel Tradition? A real Gospel Tradition predating the Synoptics? @eerdmansbooks

Matthew had kindly posted several books he is dying to get into. I like Dunn, but I do not agree

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Book Announcement: The Return of the Chaos Monsters: and Other Backstories of the Bible @eerdmansbooks

This is going to be a fantastic book! Gregory Mobley plunges beneath the Bible’s surface to reveal its “backstories” —

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Book Announcement: Thomas and the Gospels: The Case for Thomas’s Familiarity with the Synoptics @eerdmansbooks

Looks like a great volume… The Gospel of Thomas — found in 1945 — has been described as “without question

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Review: Prophetic Jesus, Prophetic Church: The Challenge of Luke-Acts to Contemporary Christians @eerdmansbooks

Luke Johnson shows in his recent work, that a biblical scholar can retain the prophetic mantle and issue a call

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In the Mail: And God Spoke to Abraham: Preaching from the Old Testament

Thanks to Eerdman’s for this! Sixty superlative sermons on familiar Old Testament texts. Many Christian preachers today largely neglect the