It has been a busy autumn season for numerous reasons and I am sure I’m not the only one feeling the drag at this point. Those in the biblical studies world will know all too well at this point that the usual hustle and bustle of the annual conference scene has transformed into a tidal wave of email, recording, uploading, and various other digital logistics. Everything is online. Without saying more about my personal reflections on this state of affairs, I will simply list my activity in the various societies’ online events over the next few weeks. (more…)
Not long ago, I posted something about the long-awaited arrival of volume one in the Historical and Theological Lexicon of the Septuagint (here). It is a major achievement that will make a serious contribution to the biblical studies academy. But it is only the first installment of many!
I mentioned in that post that I was looking forward to hearing from Bons about his labors to bring this project to fruition. I’m grateful for his willingness to tell us more about it here. (more…)
Wonderful news for biblical scholars everywhere: The first volume of the Historical and Theological Lexicon of the Septuagint (HTLS) is now available from Mohr Siebeck! Check out the picture of this beauty, sitting on the kitchen table of the editor, Eberhard Bons.
What is the HTLS, you ask? Excellent question. (more…)