Updates

It’s Finally Here! The Handbook for Septuagint Research

[Update: I just found out that this book is gathering interest on the Logos Bible Software platform, where it would cost only $26. If you are interested in accessing it there, please pre-order it here!]

My set of volumes from the publisher, looking sharp.

It’s hard to believe that it has been almost a full year since I posted the announcement of my new book, the T&T Clark Handbook of Septuagint Research, which I coedited with W. Edward Glenny (U. Northwestern-St. Paul). (more…)

My 2020 Reading

I love reading. The older I get, the more it’s true. Last year was an especially important time for reading in my life and I gather I’m no exception. It was a tough year that called for lots of mental engagement with the world (as well as dis-engagement from it). I read more books this year than last. Sixty-four to be exact. I’m happy with that, but it wasn’t the goal of seventy-five that I had set myself. Thankfully, the clock reset a few days ago, so I have another shot at that milestone, d.v. (more…)

Updated Information: 2020 TWU Septuagint Summer School

A few days ago I posted about the upcoming Septuagint Summer School to be held at Trinity Western University. I recently heard from Dr. Dirk Büchner, who will be conducting the course, with further information about the content of the course, which you can see in the file below. The course will still move forward but it will be online only, given the concerns over COVID-19. I will publish further updates as needed here in the weeks to come.

[UPDATE 13 April 2020] Further syllabus information here: