Evangelical Quarterly Digitisation Completed

Evangelical Quarterly Digitisation
Over 70 issues of Evangelical Quarterly now in Wycliffe Hall Library

The Evangelical Quarterly (1929-present) represents a tremendous resource for Bible students. It contains contributions from the best of 20th Century Evangelical scholarship, including G.W. Bromiley, I. Howard Marshall and F.F. Bruce. This morning I completed the digitisation of the back-issues, a project that I have been working on for over 10 years. Paternoster Publication’s archive of this journal was destroyed in the 1990s, so a complete set of scans has been sent to the current publisher. I would like to acknowledge the assistance of a number of UK Bible College who provided copies for scanning, including Highland Theological College, Wycliffe Hall and Tyndale House.

You can now access hundreds of Evangelical Quarterly articles by clicking here

Why are not all the articles on-line?

This is an important question. Paternoster Publications had a somewhat unique copyright arrangement. After one year from publication the rights reverted to the author, who could then have his/her work republished elsewhere. So make the run of over 1,500 articles available in any format it is necessary to contact each of the hundreds of authors. As many of these authors are deceased their literary executors have to be tracked down. Whilst I have been able to obtain a large number of permissions, the search continues for many others. If anyone knows an author whose work is not on-line as yet – or his/her executor – do ask them to contact me. More recent issues are less of a problem as the Publisher provides me with PDFs for uploading 5 years after publication – though again, the author’s permission is always required.

F.F. Bruce Copyright International Publications – Update

Professor FF BruceLast December I hosted a guest post by Larry Stone, who is organising the reprinting in electronic formats the works of F.F. Bruce. Larry has told me that the process is moving forward. He writes:

F.F. Bruce Copyright International plans to publish at least 17 books as ebooks in the fall under the Kingsley Books imprint — ranging in price from $2.99 to $14.99. Things are going more slowly than planned because we want to take the time to make excellent ebooks.

Six of the covers of these books are shown below. Click on the thumbnails to bring up a larger image.

 The Spreading Flame - F.F. Bruce  Paul and His Converts - F.F. Bruce  The New Testament Development of Old Testament Themes
 The Letters of Paul - F.F. Bruce  Second Thoughts on the Dead Sea Scrolls - F.F. Bruce  Acts - A Bible Study Commentary - F.F. Bruce

I will post further information as it becomes available.

Tyndale House News – December 2016

Reproduced by permission of Tyndale House Communications Office

Tyndale House News - December 2016

Newly refurbished single rooms available!

We’re taking bookings for the new year for our newly refurbished residential accommodation with the first time offering of ensuite thermostatic shower and toilet in each room. Based in a delightful location in Cambridge with access to our unique Biblical studies book collection developed over 70 years, twelve single rooms are available from January 1st 2017 for weekly or monthly bookings.

For those who remember walks down the dark single corridor to shared bathroom facilities with limited toilet space our new facilities will offer brighter, warmer accommodation for every stay. Each room has been refurbished and refitted with its own shower room and toilet. A wi-fi and wired connection will be available in each room giving you access to our extensive catalogue online.

Brand new communal kitchen and dining areas will now be available solely for single room residents adjacent to the corridor offering space to meet other Biblical research scholars from across the globe.

Filled with around 50,000 scholarly volumes our library below offers rented private desks for up to 58 scholars. Open Monday to Saturday 08:00 to 22:00,  located near to Cambridge University Library, our non-lending library has been described as a rich treasure to explore where scholars can find momentum in their work and studies. Closed on Sundays our academic staff are happy to advise on local evangelical church services to attend.

Single room residents have access to our Edwardian common room at weekends and evenings. Close to the heart of Cambridge with its shops and historical buildings. Book online below.

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