Jim West at Zwinglius Redivivus has posted the January 2021 Biblical Studies Carnival. As always, Jim has done a great job in preparing the Biblical Studies Carnival. Jim lists great posts that deserve to be read.
Visit the January 2021 Biblical Studies Carnival.
Claude F. Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary
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Dr. Claude Mariottini, I am Louis Eke, Clergy, Author, and a recent subscriber to your bible review posts. Your recent posts on God of the Old Testament Introduction, and The Character of God as seen through Liturgical Credo of Exodus 34, raised my confidence to communicate with you. My most recent book is titled *Yeshua Is His Name*, published on Amazon – KDP. The book thesis examines the origin, relevance, and commandment of Yahweh that He be identified by His own chosen name and not one given by man as evidenced in the old testament books of Exodus 3:6, and 3:14-15; Isaiah 42:8, and Act 4:12 in the new testament. It will be a great honor if you are willing to review the book. If the book is selected for review, a copy will be sent to any address provided.
On Tue, Feb 2, 2021 at 2:28 PM Dr. Claude Mariottini – Professor of Old Testament wrote:
> Claude Mariottini posted: “Jim West at Zwinglius Redivivus has posted the > January 2021 Biblical Studies Carnival. As always, Jim has done a great job > in preparing the Biblical Studies Carnival. Jim lists great posts that > deserve to be read. Visit the January 2021 Biblical Studie” >
Thank you for visiting and subscribing to my blog. Let me explain my policy on book reviews:
1. I generally do not review self-published books.
2. When I review a book, I review it critically because I do not want to recommend to my readers a book that is not good.
3. Your statement, “The book thesis examines the origin, relevance, and commandment of Yahweh that He be identified by His own chosen name and not one given by man as evidenced in the old testament books of Exodus 3:6, and 3:14-15” already raises a lot of questions on my mind. What I read on Amazon also raises some negative feelings about the content of the book.
I do not give a negative rating nor do I give a positive rating. If the book is good, I recommend it; if the book is not good, I tell my readers not to buy it.
This is my policy on book reviews. As I said, your statement above is already a flag that tells me that something is wrong. Without reading what you wrote, I am already raising issues with your statement.
So, my tentative decision is not to review the book. However, if you want an honest evaluation of your book, I will review it, but it is possible that you may not like my review.
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