The following titles were added to my library yesterday:
- David Alan Black’s, The Authorship of Hebrews: The Case for Paul
- Michael Scott Woodward’s, The Glossa Ordinaria on Romans
- N.T. Wright’s, Paul and the Faithfulness of God
- Jan Joosten, Collected Studies on the Septuagint
I must say, I am quite jealous of my bookshelves. They will be the only ones able to benefit from the contents in these great tomes for some time.
The Glossa on Romans looks pretty interesting
Yes. I’m excited to use it when the need arises. It primarily served as a $10 purchase to inspect how others have gone about translating and arranging the Glossa.
That’s a pretty hefty tome on the top, wouldn’t you say?
Much agreed! It actually doesn’t belong with the others in the sense that I have read that one . . . many times 😉