The books keep rolling in, which is always a good thing. Today I received a copy of Douglas S. Huffman’s The Handy Guide to New Testament Greek for review from Kregel. A quick flip through tells me that this is going to be quite the useful little reference tool. It’s a one stop shop for everything the exegete needs to remember but might have forgotten.
I also received the used copy of Resurrection and Eschatology: Theology in the Service of the Church, which is the Festschrift for Richard B. Gaffin Jr. I bought a used copy that was said to be “like new.” Well, there was some slight damage to the dust cover and this was the extent of the damage to the actual volume:
Now I’d never describe that as “like new” but it ain’t so bad and considering that I got a $35.99 book for $6.99 I ain’t complaining. I’ll take some dented pages.