Yesterday, I received my author’s advance copy of the 3rd edition of my book, One God, One Lord: Early Christian Devotion and Ancient Jewish Monotheism (London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015). The publisher’s online catalogue entry is here. (And I’m pleased at the comparatively reasonable price.)
The major addition to this edition is a 53-page Epilogue, in which I first explain briefly how the book arose (key influences, etc.), and how it fits into the research program in which it was an early and important step, and then I spend most of the Epilogue underscoring major results argued for in the book and discussing the “Ongoing Debate,” that is, how scholarly discussion has proceeded since the book’s appearance in 1988 (and especially since the 1998 2nd edition).
I can’t claim to have read or referenced everything that may have been published on the broader clutch of topics and questions involved in…
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