Tuesday 2 October 2007

Around the traps

Our friends from T&T Clark have now started up their own blog (and, ahem, I’m still waiting for that review copy of Iain Taylor’s new book on Pannenberg…). Jim alerts us to an excellent new internet portal for all things Reformed. Halden suggests that prayer might be “the only way in which capitalism can be resisted.” And Chris reviews David Bentley Hart’s The Doors of the Sea – the best book you’ll ever read on theodicy (I, for one, would trade my whole library for a couple of new books by Hart).

Speaking of books, you’ll never guess the title of Mike Bird’s new introduction to Paul. And, speaking of Paul, Byron has come up with a very entertaining translation of 1 Cor. 13 (in Byron’s rendering, Paul even mentions F&T – it feels good to have a little more apostolic clout around here!).

Finally – and on a more sober note – the great New Testament scholar, C. F. D. (“Charlie”) Moule, has died at the grand old age of 98. There are obituaries in today’s Independent and Telegraph.


Anonymous said...

Gosh, we've been trying to keep the blog a secret while still sorting out a couple of things. But the blogging world has already taken notice of it... So be it. Hope you enjoy it. Will try and find out what happened to Iain Tayler's book.


Anonymous said...

I, for one, would trade my whole library for a couple of new books by Hart..

Still haven't read Insight then.

Ben Myers said...

Hi Tom: "we've been trying to keep the blog a secret". Well, you know what they say about the blogosophere:

Abandon all secrets
Ye who enter...

Joey said...

Hi Ben & Tom,

Perhaps Iain Taylor's new book on Pannenberg =)was mistakenly sent to me and incidentally, I also have a copy of one of C.F.D. Moule's books from T&T. The new blog is great. Thanks again to both of you.

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