Book reviews on Chrisendom
In the following months I will be posting considerably more book reviews (short than the Bauckham review! I.e. typically between 500 and 800 words) of some of the most exciting New Testament related works being published at the moment.
However, I was thinking of featuring in considerably more detail one or two of those sent to me for review, much as I have Bauckham’s Jesus and the Eyewitnesses – though perhaps not quite as thoroughly!
First off will be Gordon Fee’s fresh off of the press, Pauline Christology (my deepest thanks to the kind folk at Hendrickson for this!). Certainly in terms of my own thesis, this is probably the most important book on my ‘to read’ pile at the moment. Hendrickson have been so kind as to send me a number of great books for review that I hope you are going to really enjoy hearing about.
I am thinking of also featuring Francis Watson’s Paul and the Hermeneutics of Faith and/or Westerholm’s Perspectives Old and New on Paul.
Do any of my readers have a preference as to which of the last two to feature? Or are there any other NT related books recently published that you would enjoy reading a series about here?
(A feature, by the way, will probably involve about 10-15 posts, while a review will be 1 post)
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