My first monograph went to press early in March:
Mark Glen Bilby, As the bandit will I confess you: Luke 23, 39-43 in early Christian interpretation. Cahiers de Biblia Patristica 13. Strasbourg: University of Strasbourg; Turnhout: Brepols, 2013. [ISBN 978-2-906805-12-5]
Copies are currently being sold directly from the Brepols website. I have a request in for it to be sold through Amazon as well.
Despite the diligent efforts of myself, the editor and the metteur en pages, some errors did appear in the printed edition. I ask the pardon of the readers for these oversights. Kindly inform me of additional corrections by replying to this post.
Page 32 footnote 52
sermon. -> sermons.
Tables 5A and 5B -> Tables 6A and 6B
Page 170, Footnote 171
moreafter -> more after
Tables 6A and 6B -> Tables 7A and 7B
Table 7 -> Table 5
paschavi -> pascha vi
Page 255 footnote 81
nat. IV, lines 37-40 -> nat. IV, 37-40
Page 278 footnote 37
Lk 23, 39 -> Lc 23, 39
Page 282 footnote 50
fid. -> fid.
As Syriac references influences, and rapidly multiplied -> As Syriac references and influences rapidly multiplied
Esaiah -> Isaiah
19: 165-l66 -> 19: 165-166
XXXIX: 264, 266 -> XXXIX: 264-266
II, 9, -> II, 9, 1: 99