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Blogs

Phil Long posted the October Biblical Studies Carnival, and Jim West posted hisAvignonian Carnival. Check these out for some of the best of biblioblogging from October.

Wayne Coppins at German for Neutestamentler introduced Heinrich von Siebenthal and translated an excerpt from his Greek grammar.

Matthew Malcolm commented on an essay by Christopher Tuckett on the Corinthians who said there was no resurrection from the dead.

The ever-prolific Phil Long began blogging on Colossians, with a post on Epaphras and one on the so-called Colossians heresy.

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New Books

A Biblical History of Israel, Second Editionby Ian Provan and V. Philips Long (Westminster John Knox)

Epigraphy, Philology, and the Hebrew Bible edited by Jeremy M Hutton and Aaron D. Rubin (SBL Press)

The Book of Zechariah (New International Commentary on the Old Testament) By Mark Boda (Eerdmans)

John: A Commentary (New Testament Library) by Marianne Meye Thompson (Westminster John Knox)

Documents and Images for the Study of the Gospels, Third Edition by David R. Cartlidge and David L. Dungan.

Galilee in the Late Second Temple and Mishnaic Periods: The Archaeological Record from Cities, Towns, and Villagesedited by David Fiensy and James Riley Strange (Fortress Press)

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