The first series of the periodical The Expositor, which featured articles by some of the leading scholars of its day is now available on-line here. The series, which contains around 425 articles is the first part of a project to which should see the first 8 series being made freely available for the first time. Digitisation took 5 months to complete working at a rate of 10 hours per week. Click here to find out how you can help to speed up the process. I plan to start on series 2 something in 2014.
Book Aid currently has six bookshops around the UK, in Barnard Castle, Dundee, London, Ranskill, Templepatrick (Northern Ireland) and Warrington. I visited the London bookshop on Friday and was amazed both by the quality of the stock and the low prices being charged. In my opinion all theological students in the UK should beat a path to their nearest Book Aid bookshop in order to equip themselves with a good library.
Here are some pictures so that you will be able to see a small sample of the vast range of titles the London shop currently has on sale.
I am always keen to try to include good theological material written from a non-Western viewpoint. For that reason I was very pleased to get permission to host the Journal of Korean American Ministries & Theology. The material is already on-line on the official website, but I have broken the journals down into individual articles and created a new table of contents here.