I received the following email from George Kiraz and pass it along for the benefit of all. Dear Christian, I am writing to introduce you to some of Gorgias Press’s academic publishing programs. At the last SBL meeting, we released ca. 65 new titles, some of which are listed below under my signature. During the […]
I (finally!) have the wiki set up at the Newsletter for Targumic and Cognate Studies. The idea is to have scholars contribute articles on Aramaic, Syriac, Targum, Peshitta, and other related subjects so that the site can become a reliable resource. The Newlsetter itself already has some targumic texts available in English translations, bibliography, and […]
File under: “Better late than never.” Welcome to the Silver Anniversary of the BSC! I am a day late and a dollar short (and a modest listing from a lot of great blogs this month) but I hope this will help slake your thirst for biblical studies related information. Here and there I included posts […]
From Jim Davila: PSEUDEPIGRAPHA AND ARAMAIC WATCH: The Odes of Solomon… PSEUDEPIGRAPHA AND ARAMAIC WATCH: The Odes of Solomon and other ancient Syriac poetry pertaining to the Nativity are discussed in Commonweal Magazine: The Mary We Never KnewNew Light from the Syrian Tradition Sally Cunneen It’s hard to maintain the spirit of anticipation that should […]
It is up and wow is it thorough! So go and get caught up on a month’s worth of biblioblogging! Biblical Studies Carnival XXII Via SansBlogue.