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Reviews & Notices
Sunday, 20 January 2013 20:28
Monday, 02 July 2012 16:40
In the first article of this issue, Michael Tait examines the questions which have been raised about the ‘voice’ of the Bridegroom in John 3:29. He shows that there is nothing anomalous about the expression, either in the Johannine narrative or in within the world of the metaphor. However, his article goes on to investigate possible alternative meanings of the phrase, such as the ‘fame’ of the Bridegroom or the ‘declaration’ about the Bridegroom, and concludes by hazarding that there may even be an ellipsis enabling John to confirm that he is the voice of the Bridegroom as well as the voice crying in the wilderness.
Monday, 02 July 2012 16:37
Michael Tait holds the Licence in Sacred Scripture from the Pontifical Biblical Institute and the PhD from the University of Manchester.
Monday, 02 July 2012 16:34
Ian Boxall is Editor of Scripture Bulletin, and Tutor in New Testament at St Stephen's House, Oxford.
It is probably fair to say that no other biblical book has had so many detractors and critics – inside as well as outside the churches – as the Book of Revelation. Commentators often cite the famous words of Martin Luther, in his Preface to Revelation of September 1522:
Monday, 02 July 2012 00:00
Fr Adrian Graffy is the editor of the Take and Read series (Alive Publishing).
The first four volumes of the Take and Read series, on the four gospels, were published in 2009.
Now the same group of authors, Ian Boxall, Adrian Graffy, John J Henry and Henry Wansbrough is producing four more volumes, on further books of the New Testament.
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