New Mark Audio and Video

I’ve added several links to this page:

— Paula Gooder on The Gospel of Mark (St John’s Nottingham)

— Bibledex on the Gospel of Mark (Nottingham University)

— Complete performances of Mark by Eric Wehrlin (German) and Max McLean (English)

I have written a little about the latter over on the NT Blog. Adding links to these YouTube videos of performances is a new departure on the NT Gateway, and I may expand this to other pages of the site, though I suspect that there are not that many full performances of other Biblical books available.

New Journal: Relegere

I’ve added a link to the new online journal Relegere over on the Journals page. Thanks to Deane Galbraith for letting me know about the new journal.

Journals page update

With thanks to Anton Viesel, Publishing Editor at SAGE Publications Ltd, I have brought the Journals page up to date, correcting and refreshing links to the Sage Journals.

Tyndale Bulletin Online

I have adjusted the broken link to the Tyndale Bulletin over on the Journals page, adding the note that they have summaries of all articles from November 1993 and the full text of all articles from Volumes 1 (1956) to 56 (2005). Note that although there are links to volumes up to 2007, the full text availability is actually only available to 2005.

Scripture Bulletin

Thanks to Ian Boxall for letting us know about the new website for Scripture Bulletin. The news site includes full, free-for-all reproductions of articles. The latest issue is Vol. XL No. 1 (January 2010). I have updated the old link on the Journals page.

Journal of Biblical Literature and Semeia

I have made a couple of adjustments to the Journals page, with thanks to Charles Bellinger for drawing it to my attention. The once free-for-all versions of many Semeia and JBL volumes on the SBL site have now disappeared. It is one of the more disappointing elements of running a sight like this when one discovers contraction in the availability of materials. Even the Semeia volumes that are still available at Ebind are linked to the web archive versions of those volumes.