Society of Biblical Literature Papers Available Online

| February 11, 2013

This link from the Ancient World Online (AWOL) will take you to a few dozen SBL seminar papers that have been made available for free. These were all SBL conference papers. Some that I downloaded: Michael Pietsch, University of Hamburg Prophetess of Doom: Hermeneutical Reflections on the Huldah Oracle (2 Kings 22) Gerbern S. Oegema, McGill […]

Annual ETS and SBL Meetings Right Around the Corner

| November 5, 2011

I’ll be in San Francisco for the annual scholarly society meetings very soon. The meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) is first (Nov 16-18) followed by the meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature (SBL; Nov 19-22). Other societies piggy-back on those two major events (e.g., NEAS, IBR, ASOR). I’ll be reading two papers […]

Follow-Up Post on the New Logos-SBL Greek New Testament

| October 29, 2010

My colleague Rick Brannan posted about the SBLGNT today. Rick was the point person inside Logos who created this resource. He gives more insight into the process for those interested. Technorati Tags: Greek New Testament, Logos Bible software, Michael Holmes, Rick Brannan, SBL

SBL and Logos Bible Software’s New Edition of the Greek New Testament

| October 28, 2010

Well, the cat’s out of the bag now, so I can blog this. Logos Bible Software (my employer) and the Society of Biblical Literature have announced the release (next month at the SBL conference) of a new edition of the Greek NT. (Free print copies will be handed out at SBL). You can read about […]

New SBL/NEH Survey on the Bible

| January 14, 2010

I received the following announcement today from SBL (Society of Biblical Literature): The SBL has received an NEH planning grant to develop a website, “The World of the Bible: exploring people, places, and passages.” The site is intended for general audiences and will share scholarly views and encourage critical engagement with the Bible, including its […]