A New Batch of Journals for Digitisation

Thanks to the generosity of a UK theological library that was reducing its holdings I have tonight taken delivery of eight boxes of journals for digitisation.

These include an almost complete run of The Expository Times and series 8 and 9 of The Expositor. Watch out over the coming weeks for Public Domain material from these being uploaded.

Irish Biblical Studies on-line

Irish Biblical Studies
Irish Biblical Studies

For several years I have pursued the opportunity to host Irish Biblical Studies, which was published by Union Theological College [UTC] in Belfast. The list of scholars who have contributed to it over the years is impressive and includes James Dunn, C.E.B. Cranfield, Dale C. Allison, Jr., David Gooding, Ernest Nicholson, Desmond Alexander, A.D.H. Mayes and many more.

[tweetthis]Irish Biblical Studies now available on-line[/tweetthis]

The journal has now ceased publication and the editor has asked me to make the entire run available on-line, subject to the permission of the individual authors. Many articles are now available and more will be ready for download via the table of contents over the next few months as the authors respond.

My thanks to the editor, Professor J.C. McCullough, and to the librarian at UTC, David Kelly, for their help in making this journal available in this way.

Expositor Series Six and James Denney on Romans

The entire sixth series of the journal The Expositor (1900-1905) is now available in PDF here. These 440+ articles bring the total hosted on Theology on the Web to over 23,000. As with the earlier series’, there are some hard to find articles by Sir William Ramsay, James Orr and James Denney. A friend recently gave me the two volumes of the Expositor’s Greek New Testament, so I have also uploaded James Denney’s Commentary on Romans, which I think is the best contribution to these volumes. You can download the PDF here.