Thursday, June 30, 2005

Monograph on Philippians 2:5-11 now available

Many thanks to Professor Ralph P. Martin for granting me permission to reproduce his 1960 monograph:

An Early Christian Confession. Philippians II. 5-11 in Recent Interpretation. London: The Tyndale Press, 1960. pp.69.

Details of His latest work on the subject can he found here.

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Two Further Campbell Morgan Memorial Bible Lectures Completed

Professor John Murray, The Heavenly Priestly Activity of Christ. London: Westminster Chapel, 1958. Pbk. pp.15.

The Rev. Ernest F. Kevan, B.D., M.Th., The Resurrection of Christ. London: Westminster Chapel, 1961. Pbk. pp.16.

I hope to have the remaining 9 lectures on-line by the end of July.

A search on reveals that some lectures in this series are on sale for over £24.

New articles on Acts on-line

I have now completed uploading all the articles I intend to use from Apostolic History and the Gospel. Those recently completed are:

D.F Payne, Semitisms in the Books of Acts.

Bastian Van Elderen, Some Archaeological Observations on Paul's First Missionary Journey.

William Barclay, A Comparison of Paul's Missionary Preaching and Preaching to the Church.

Jacques Dupont, O.S.B., The Conversion of Paul, and Its Influence on His Understanding of Salvation by Faith.

H.L. Ellison, Paul and the Law - "All Things To All Men".

Robert H. Gundry, The Form, Meaning and Background of the Hymn Quoted in 3:16.

George Eldon Ladd, Revelation and Tradition in Paul.

William J. Martin, 1 Corinthians 11:2-16: An Interpretation.

Alan R. Millard, Covenant and Communion in First Corinthians.

Leon Morris, The Theme of Romans.

C.F.D. Moule, Further Reflections on Philippians 2:5-11.

Bo Reicke, Caesarea, Rome and the Captivity Epistles.

Rudolf Schnackenberg, Apostles Before and During Paul's Time.

Monday, June 06, 2005

Biblical Studies Resources launched on Google

I have just created a Google Group to compliment the function of the website in providing Biblical Studies Resources. If you need resources or have a resource to tell others about, feel free to join the group.

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

New partnership with All Nations College

The Librarian at All Nations College, Kate Wiseman, kindly offered to help provide copies of some of the Gordon Campbell Memorial Lectures and Tyndale Press monographs which I have permission to use. This is a significant development and will enable me to get these rare works on-line in the near future.