From the Editor -- By: Robert W. Yarbrough
TRINJ 28:2 (Fall 2007) p. 185
From the Editor
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TRINJ 28:2 (Fall 2007) p. 186
It is an imposing challenge to keep abreast of the flood of new books appearing these days in theology, biblical studies, and related areas. This issue’s book review section, under Eckhard Schnabel’s capable oversight, performs its usual valuable function of helping readers track where discussion is heading, and alerting readers to new books they may want to get hold of for the sake of professional responsibilities or personal interests (or perhaps to put on your own Christmas wish list).
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