Weekly News

I summarized the news about Bible studies (Old Testament, Intertestamental period, New Testament) in the fourth week of April. I will be dealing with a number of items in the future, and each issue can be influenced by the interests of the author. The news may differ from the Korean blog.

 

▣ Special News

◎ Professor Alvin Plantinga won the Templeton Prize. He is the John A. O’Brien Professor of Philosophy Emeritus and formerly at Calvin College.
-> https://calvin.edu/news/archive/alvin-plantinga-awarded-the-2017-templeton-prize

 

▣ New Books

◎ The second edition of <Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony> by Richard Bauckham has been published.
→ http://www.eerdmans.com/Products/7364/reading-jesus39s-bible.aspx

◎ <Is God a Moral Monster? : Making Sense of the Old Testament God> was translated and published in South Korea. Paul Copan is a professor of philosophy and ethics at Palm Beach Atlantic University, USA.

 

▣ Introduction of Paper

◎ Robert Joustra and Alissa Wilkinson, co-author of <How to Survive the Apocalypse>, wrote a paper called “The Politics of Apocalypse”.
→ https://www.convivium.ca/articles/the-politics-of-apocalypse

 

▣ Introduce Book

◎ Professor Larry Hurtado introduced a book on Paul’s letter.
→ http://www.christianorigins.div.ed.ac.uk/2017/04/27/paul-the-letter-writer-recent-studies/

 

▣ Podcast

◎ Darrell L Bock, Justin Bass and J. Scott Horrell talked about “Who is Jesus?”.
→ http://www.dts.edu/thetable/play/who-is-jesus/

 

▣ Summer Study

◎ Open a summer study in Yale Divinity School. Check if there are any subjects you are interested in.

-> http://summerstudy.yale.edu/classes

 

▣ Noticeable Blog

◎ “New Testament Studies” is a blog that introduces English-American journals, papers, and books about New Testament Studies. Operators are international students attending Ph.D.

-> http://www.ntstory.com/

 

Written by Jeremias Lee

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