New Book

I recently received in the mail “Hearing the Old Testament in the New Testament” edited by Stanley E. Porter. I have been eagerly awaiting this book for quite sometime now. I am hoping to read it over the Christmas break.

EDIT: I also forgot to mention that I picked up “Discourse Features of New Testament Greek” by Stephen H. Levinsohn.

New Books Added to my Library

After visiting my fiance as well as my Greek Prof at Master’s today, I made a welcomed pit stop to Archives Book Store in Pasadena. One of the worst things about going up to my school is the traffic coming back. I usually leave Master’s late at night, but today I left earlier because of work that I needed to do. But the good thing about traffic is that it allows me the time to browse Archives and not feel like I need to leave. Today I picked up from Archives two books:

The Drama of Doctrine: A Canonical-Linguistic Approach to Christian Theology by: Kevin J. Vanhoozer. Last semester I read his work entitled, Is There a Meaning in this Text? and I absolutely loved it.

I also picked up a book on the Didache called, Didache: The Unknown Teaching of the Twelve Apostles.

I also recently picked up, Ecclesiastical Authority and Spiritual Power in the Church of the First Three Centuries.