The Logos Back-to-School Sale is a great opportunity to pick up essential (and desired) resources for your library. Anybody can take advantage of this sale, whether students, faculty, or otherwise.[Read more…]
by J. David Stark, PhD
Logos is an incredibly useful tool straight out of the box (or off the website). But as with any tool, it can take some time to get to know it well and use it better.
As an academic user, you’re also coming to Logos from a specific angle. Your context uniquely shapes how you want to use the tool. And as with any craft, you can produce better results by learning to use your tools better.
So, I’d like to share 12 ways that you can make Logos even more helpful for your academic work.
And if you read through to the end, there’ll be an additional free resource pack for you too.[Read more…]
The Oxford University Press Handbooks are renowned as go-to volumes for students and scholars alike when embarking on research in new topics, or for seasoned scholars who want to know the essential bibliographies for any number of issues in biblical and religious studies.
The third interview in our series is with both the Rev’d Professor Philip Ziegler, Chair of Christian Dogmatics, School of Divinity, History & Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen, and Michael Mawson, Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology and Ethics at the United Theological College and Charles Sturt University, co-editors of The Oxford Handbook of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.[Read more…]
In the first half of my scholarly vocation during the pandemic I was occupied with the rushed development new competencies in learning and teaching technologies. And, of course, there was Zoom: meetings, seminars, tutorials, and more. With four children, there was the managing of both educational and recreational activities.[Read more…]
by Prof Steve Walton
This list is aimed at providing a starter list for useful journal, book series, sources of book reviews, and online sources for journal articles. It’s not the last word, but hopefully it’s a useful guide into the forest of secondary literature in New Testament studies.1[Read more…]
The last few weeks in the academic job market were busy in the lead-up to SBL. Jobs are now on offer from Norway to New Orleans, Virginia to Canada. Happy hunting, and if you’re in SD at SBL right now, all the best on your interviews.[Read more…]
The past two weeks featured jobs from Canada to Austria, New York to Cambridge. Happy hunting.[Read more…]
The past two weeks have seen a healthy number of jobs introduced to the academic job market, especially in theology. Jobs available from New York to Helsinki, Vienna to Aberdeen.[Read more…]
Here’s an opportunity to expand your library that you won’t want to miss: a superb set of OT resources from T&T Clark/Bloomsbury, The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies: 2016 (25 vols.), is currently on pre-order. But why should you care about this collection?[Read more…]
Galatians. Not the longest of Paul’s epistles, but in some ways the most forceful. Not always the most beloved of NT writings, but in many ways the most lovely. This epistle that resounds the aria of grace with such brevity has now been engaged in a nearly 1,000-page commentary by the legendarily prolific Craig Keener.1[Read more…]