Here are some of the highlights on Hebrews for the month of August:
New Book Announcement:
The T & T Clark blog announces the publication of Jonathan I. Griffiths' book, Hebrews and Divine Speech.
Synopsis from their website:
offers here an analysis of the theme of divine speech in Hebrews, which
recurs throughout the book, often in contexts suggesting connections to
other areas of scholarly interest (Christology, soteriology, cosmology,
and the writer’s understanding of the nature of his discourse). Through
exegetical analysis of the text, and specific focus on the key terms of
logos and rhēma, Griffiths finds that, for the writer, God’s speech is
the means by which the place of divine rest is accessed, and is
supremely expressed in the person of his Son. Hebrews is thus a means of
communicating the divine word and effecting an encounter between his
hearers and the God who speaks."
Carl Mosser reviews Jody Barnard's, The Mysticism of Hebrews.
Kevin McCruden and Gabriella Geleardini review Gary Cockerill's commentary on The Epistle to the Hebrews.
See my previous post for other reviews.
New Online Articles:
The following article is now available on the Bulletin for Biblical Research website:
Stewart, Alexander. “Cosmology, Eschatology, and Soteriology in Hebrews: A Synthetic Analysis.” Bulletin for Biblical Research 20.4 (2010): 545–60.
Cliff Kvidahl interviews George Guthrie on Studying the Book of Hebrews.
Henry Neufeld queries How Detailed Can We Get? when discussing introductory issues in Bible books. He also comments on the Prologue to the Hebrews.
Jared Compton summarizes Gary Cockerill on the Point of Hebrews 11.