Additional Logos Library Resources

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Peter Bancroft | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jan 8 2014 8:00 PM

I would like the Logos library to include The Faith of Jesus Christ in early Christian Traditions, by Ian G. Wallis.

It is referred to extensively in On Romans and Other New Testament Essays, by C.E.B. Cranfield when he discusses the dispute between the subjective vs. objective genitive interpretation in regard to the phrase 'πίστεως Ἰησοῦ'. Since this has become a topic of recent interest in the last 20 years and since the NET Bible discusses the matter in its translation notes it would seem that Wallis's work would constitute a valuable addition to the Logos Library.


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Sogol | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jan 8 2014 8:07 PM

Good suggestion!

I assume you know that Richard Hays' work is now available in Logos:

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Peter Bancroft | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Jan 9 2014 9:17 AM

I did not know about Richard Hays' The Faith of Jesus Christ. I am just getting into this sort of study. I looked it up on Amazon to get a thorough look at its Table of Contents. It looks great. Thank you for tipping me off. I now own it on Logos! and am looking forward to studying it.

I am not in seminary and don't have any friends interested in this level of reading. I completed Mounce's book on first year Greek and recently purchased Wallace's Grammar for intermediate Greek which led me to the NET Bible and from there to the issue of the subjective genitive. Something I have privately subscribed to for many years, although I didn't have a name for it.

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