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New Commentary Series: T&T Clark International Theological Commentary

Users of technical and original language-oriented commentaries are familiar with the International Critical Commentary series. The publisher of ICC has just announced the new International Theological Commentary series. 160 more words


New Story of God Bible Commentary Volumes: Genesis and Romans

Scot McKnight set the bar high with his Sermon on the Mount volume in The Story of God Bible Commentary series.

Now there are two more volumes: … 81 more words


Book Notice: Ruth (Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the OT)

Just a short post today to alert you to a new commentary on the book of Ruth: Daniel I. Block’s volume in the Zondervan Exegetical Commentary on the Old Testament… 76 more words


Carta Publishing: 3 New Titles, at Introductory Discount

Carta–one of my favorite publishers–has just announced the release of some new titles. As with anything I’ve seen from Carta, they each look fascinating and thorough, even if the books themselves are brief. 623 more words


Heavy Protest At the University Of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River, Nigeria.

The protest started at exactly 5:30am, moving from the Male hostel to the female hostel, which lead to the closure of all entrace into the university community, and also the prevention of movement oustside the school. 107 more words


The Trial Of Senator Bukola Saraki, My Opinion And Views.

It was indeed a thought breaking exposure, that for the very first time, a senator of such ranking, prestige, position and authority, as attributed the number 3 highest office in Nigeria, will not only be heard to have been tried in absence, but was not only tried in his presence, was made to enter the dock, this indicates that our respect for the Rule of Law, as a nation is gaining grounds, it goes to such a far length to lay sounding emphasis that moral regard for the law, and equality before the law is gradually returning back to our nation. 286 more words


NIGTC Romans: A Look Inside

Does the Church need another commentary on Romans?

Time will tell. But Richard N. Longenecker’s Romans volume in the NIGTC series is about to be released. 164 more words