I have another confession.
I’ve published more than 50 articles and written or contributed to nearly 10 published books.
I have also plagiarized. Continue reading
An image from the Washington facsimile.
In addition to first editions and important Bibles, there are also reproductions of important works–works produced before and after the printing press around AD 1450. These reproductions are called “facsimiles.”
One of the more important early printed books was Martin Luther’s German translation of the Bible published in 1534. I can’t afford an authentic copy of this milestone publication, but I was able to purchase a 2-volume facsimile.
These heavy volumes are beautiful. At the bottom of this post you’ll see an open shot of the Gospel of Mark. Continue reading
I just saw that Amazon and Christian Book Distributors are both running a great deal on this 12-volume commentary set that I helped to write (photo on left).
This handsome hardback set is the repackaged Quicknotes Simplified Bible Commentary Series. I just bought this new set myself a couple of weeks ago, and I was impressed by the quality of the new format.
I contributed to volumes 5, 11, and 12. The commentary is designed especially for the layperson who wants to understand the Bible better or the Sunday School teacher who wants to be prepared for class.
As the saying goes: “Hurry while supplies last!”