First: "Brigham Young University professor of Hebrew Donald W. Parry has been appointed as an editor for a new edition of Biblia Hebraica Quinta, the Hebrew Old Testament."
I think he should be required to provide some original Reformed Egyptian manuscripts first, with a lexicon.
Second: Dr. Francis J. Beckwith - Baylor University, heads the list among "over twenty other influencers in Christian apologetics as they equip you about the issues facing contemporary Christian witness," for the Evangelical Philosophical Society's ninth annual apologetics conference.
Now, I don't know where the Bible Society imagines itself to be, doctrinally. But the "Evangelical Philosophical Society"? As I have argued before (for instance here, and here), such muddling not only betrays doctrinal cluelessness about essential matters, it betrays a lack of love for the apostates/cultists whose throbbing consciences are further dulled by insinuations of "Peace, peace," where there is no peace.