@jongarvey’s new book just reviewed very positively:
Woot woot! But it’s deserving even more interaction with the thesis/argument. I’ve read the original manuscript and it’s brilliant. I plan to use it in my next Genesis course (hopefully also with his next book). Now if we could just get @jongarvey a passport and he could peddle his views State side.
So…he might be at Dabar this year. That would be nice. Also, when his GAE book comes out, I do think we need to figure a way to do a joint event of symposium for the public (definitely video taped) with: @Andrew_Loke, @jongarvey, and any one else planning to write about the GAE. I hear that @kkeathley is planning on taking this up soon too.
Ooh - I must look at that review (and see if he’s spotted the five typos my friend at church had found .
But here I’ll just point out that it’s not quite as “academically” priced as the graphic suggests - that’s the upgrade hardback edition.
Peter Williams of Tyndale House informs me that a copy has gone into their research library, which is nice.
Isn’t the custom nowadays just to sneak in through Mexico?