Summer Review

2014 Summer Reading

Summer’s review books are here to read, and I have plenty of catching up to do. Having co-taught Mark last semester, I have a number of commentaries to review/compare, along with a few other books to put up here. I’m excited to say that I’ll be teaching 2 Corinthians at CCBCY for the Fall 2014 semester. It’s a book that’d held my interest for the past few years, and I’m very much looking forward to studying/teaching it.

In the meantime, aside from studying for that class, I have a number of books to read for the summer.

Herald Press/MennoMedia

Believers Church Bible Commentary Mark – Timothy Geddert

B&H Academic

Recovering Redemption – Matt Chandler
The End of the Law – Jason Meyer

WJK Press

An Introduction to the Parables of Jesus – Robert Stein
The Method and Message of Jesus’ Teaching – Robert Stein

P&R Publishing

Antinomianism – Mark Jones

Along with Biblearcing, studying, reading, and leading the occasional Bible study, I’ll have plenty to do this summer. And I’m looking forward to all of it.

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  1. Looking forward to your reviews!

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