To kick off our series of book giveaways sponsored by Baylor University Press, we’re giving away a copy of the recently-translated From Jesus to the New Testament by Jens Schröter. Wayne Coppins has translated this version of Schröter’s Von Jesus zum Neuen Testament (originally published by Mohr Siebeck in the WUNT 1 monograph series). Anthony and I have long claimed that Jens is the fountainhead of the New Historiography in Jesus studies, and this book is one of the prime places to find his work on this topic. It also deals with many issues concerning the development of the NT canon.
You can enter to win the typical ways: leave a comment here; sign up to follow the blog (and leave a comment saying you did); post this on Facebook (and leave a comment saying you did); tweet this (and leave a comment saying you did).
I’m also, however, adding another means of entering the contest. Leave in the comments here your favorite quote from The Royal Tenenbaums. It’s ok if someone else has already done it. I’ll start: “Well, Wildcat was written in a kind of obsolete vernacular” (Eli Cash). Ok, there’s too many for any one favorite.
Regardless, have at it. We’ll count up all the comments, take them to the true random number generator, and find a winner and announce it on the blog. Baylor University Press will then send you a copy.