I have today launched a “hub site” called “Theology on the Web” which contains some of the material that has previously been duplicated on several sites. Having a central hub will help me to be able to keep the shared material updated and help visitors to understand better the vision that underlies the development of the other four – soon to be five – sites.
I reported last year that Tyndale Bulletin would soon be available on-line to subscribers. Since then Dr Ted Hildebrandt of Gordon College has completed the huge task of scanning and proof-reading articles and, I am delighted to report, these all available free of charge up except for the last 3 years. Over the last few weeks I have been adding the links to my Table of Contents and the relevant subject listings.
Thanks to Tyndale House for making this tremendous resource available to all.
I recently asked for readers of my blog and the members of my Facebook Group to vote for which chapter of the Steven Barabas FS they would like to see online. I had a large number of responses and a clear favourite soon appeared. I am pleased to be able to publish the “winning” article. I hope it was the one that you voted for:
Donald A. Hagner, “The Old Testament in the New Testament,” Samuel J. Schultz & Morris A. Inch, eds., Interpreting the Word of God. Festschift in Honor of Steven Barabas. Chicago: Moody Press, 1976. Hbk. pp.78-104.
Thanks again to Moody Press for this permission to use the chapter and to one of my supporters for donating the book.