An Update on the on-line Version of Themelios

I have just heard that the Gospel Coalition have suspended their plans to place back-issues of Themelios on-line. The problem is that the authors own the copyright to their articles not the journal and so they cannot appear on-line without each author giving his/her permission (I was already aware of this from my work on the articles).
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I have offered to assist by putting them in touch with the authors I have been in correspondence with. If you are a Themelios author and would like your article(s) to appear on the Gospel Coalition website please email me at rob(at)biblicalstudies.org.uk and send you the address of my contact at the Gospel Coalition. Please pass this message on to any Themelios authors you might know.

Gospel Perspectives Vols 2, 3 & 5 Poll Results are in

I wanted to thank those who contributed to the poll to select the single article from each volume of Gospel Perspectives Vols. 2, 3 & 5 which I have been given permission from the Publisher to reproduce. It made an extremely difficult job a whole lot easier! Here as promised are the titles of the articles that I have decided to use:

Vol. 2

D.A. Carson, “Historical Tradition in the Fourth Gospel: After Dodd, What?” pp.83-146.

This was the majority opinion and was also the one that I was keen to use. Don Carson has now granted permission for me to go ahead.

Vol. 3

Bruce Chilton, “Varieties and Tendencies of Midrash: Rabbinic Interpretation of Isaiah 24.23” pp.9-32.

This was the most difficult for me to assess as I know little about this area and so I went with Michael Bird’s recommendation because his post indicated that he had read the articles. Permission from the author is still pending.

Vol. 5

Richard Bauckham, “The Study of Gospel Traditions Outside the Canonical Gospels: Problems and Prospects,” 369-404.

This was the majority vote. Richard Bauckham granted permission this morning.

I am expecting volumes 1 and 4 from the British Library shortly and will post a new poll for each as they arrive.