Why An Obsession with Eschatology is a Waste of Time, Part 7

| June 27, 2010

The question to address in this post is much simpler than others:†Is there any biblical proof that the 70th week of Daniel = the tribulation period? This equation is critical to the pre-trib, premill view of the rapture. That is, without this equation, that view is very damaged. Sure, there are plenty of biblical references […]

The Resurrected Servant in Isaiah 53

| June 19, 2010

I just wanted to put in a good word for John Barry’s new book, The Resurrected Servant in Isaiah. John is a colleague of mine at Logos. Having read through some sections of John’s book when it was a thesis, and having read the recommendations (Bruce Waltke was especially enthusiastic), I can encourage you to […]

Syntactical Database and Graphs for the SEPTUAGINT

| June 18, 2010

That’s right, the Septuagint. You can read all about this exciting development over at the Logos blog in a post written by Mike Aubrey (who also blogs on Greek elsewhere). This is just another example of how Logos Bible Software is striving to be ahead of the curve and on the cutting edge.† I recently […]

Cambridge University Digitization Project

| June 17, 2010

Certainly a worthwhile project. †Have a look! Technorati Tags: digital, manuscripts, New Testament, Old Testament, textual criticism

Why An Obsession with Eschatology is a Waste of Time, Part 6

| June 15, 2010

Now that we’re out of the covenants, it’s time to move on to other items that demonstrate how anyone’s position on end times is driven by presuppositions. Our discussion of the covenants (and some reader comments) brought to light how readily many Christians assume that the promises of an earthly kingdom could not have been […]