Eisenbrauns free book: serendipity or design
I have just received my free book from Eisenbrauns. Biblioblog readers will remember that JPS
announced this splendid scheme whereby if you subscribed to one of the RSS feeds
, and were quick to respond to the Pavlovian stimulus of the words "free books" you might get sent a totally free book.
It may be serendipity, but I'd assume design played a part... Mine is Holy Spirit and Religious Experience in Christian Literature ca. AD 90-200.
A little off my usual stamping ground (though less than a millennium away ;-) but it is by John Eifion Morgan-Wynne. Basically his doctoral thesis, supervised by James D.G. Dunn. John Morgan-Wynne was my New Testament tutor at Regents
, many years ago, and a man who the description a Christian, scholar and gentleman fits in all parts! So I am delighted with this pleasant surprise.
Thank you Eisenbrauns! (I hope the scattering of links in this post boosts your Google ranking enormously ;-)
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