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.
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.