- I've read about half of the book. I'm interested into it and I'll finish it. But I can already say that, although I find the author good and interesting, he often reports news in a clumsy and inaccurate way as well as without the support of appropriate bibliographical references (which in books of this kind is certainly not an irrelevant thing). The list of inaccuracies is too long to be reported. I point out only the following: - Origen, who was himself martyred by the Romans - Irenaeus wrote Adversus Haereses in AD 150 - The "seven deacons" of Acts 6 - Peter (whose influence in early Jewish Christianity was second only to James)
- Why this NASB doesn't have interlinear?
- https://community.logos.com/forums/t/186900.aspx?PageIndex=2 Take a look at this forum chat....
- Seems half the size
- The large number of pages is already an indication that there is a mine of information in the book; and this is certainly appreciable. It is yet a pity that the writer's interpretative approach is a bit "fundamentalist" in the sense that he limits himself to making a reading (mainly) on the basis of the Christ-Church allegory, when instead one should at least start from the Old Testament context of the history of salvation and of the covenant relationship between God and israel. Not to mention that the commentator considers Solomon as the author of the canticle, which overlooks the fact that the text clearly alludes to the condition of the exile
- I read this book. I didn't find much difference from the first edition that was published just six years earlier, and therefore I don't understand why a second edition
- I read this book. I didn't find much difference from the first edition that was published just four years earlier, and therefore I don't understand why a second edition
- Are this books supplied with page's numbers?