In the last couple of days, a couple of things caught my attention that I thought were worth sharing.
First, Christianity Today did an interview with Dr. Gary Anderson about his new book Sin: A History. This book considers the various biblical metaphors for sin and how these were received in both Jewish and early Christian traditions.
Second, RBL published a summary of John Oswalt’s book The Bible Among the Myths: Unique Revelation or Just Ancient Literature? . The reviewer doesn’t really weigh in on the book, thus it wasn’t really a review per se, but does seem to summarize Oswalt’s approach pretty thoroughly.
Well, those were some things I noticed. This post is neither a recommendation nor a critique of either, just a chance to point our Reformed Readers toward more reading!