I’ve updated the post about this below, listing the differences with it and The Sacred Bridge. Eisenbrauns skipped the Evangelical Theological Society conference in San Diego last week, so I didn’t get to see the book myself. I hope this doesn’t mean that Eisenbrauns is losing interest in the evangelical market.
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