In Recalling a Story Once Told: An Intertextual Reading of the Psalter and the Pentateuch, John S. Vassar “investigate[s] the intertextual relationship between the Psalter and the Pentateuch.”
Köstenberger, Merkle, and Plummer have produced a very valuable and well-written resource for students of NT Greek.
Rigney fleshes out what it means to eat, drink, work, play, sing, dance, laugh, cry, and so much more to the glory of God, but he does so in a way that adds new dimensions to the framework of Christian Hedonism. He makes the enjoyment of things such as good food and books to the glory of God practical for the believer and catapults him into a mindset that seeks to both enjoy and glorify our Maker.
The Structure of Biblical Authority
What does evangelism look like in the Bible? Newman explores the Scriptures, as well as rabbinic tradition, and he presents a helpful model for evangelism that relies on question asking.
Alexander’s arguments are coherent, his writing is simple and clear, and he is thoroughly evangelical and lovingly pastoral.