Digital Dead Sea Scrolls Online

| September 26, 2011

Pretty cool – high resolution images of several of the most important scrolls are now online for free viewing / reading as part of the The Digital Dead Seas Scrolls project. Technorati Tags: dead sea scrolls, digital, online

All Commentaries are Not Created Equal, Part 1

| September 25, 2011

In my experience, most students who venture beyond just reading the Bible have heard of Bible commentaries. But in case someone reading this hasn’t heard the term before, I should explain. A Bible commentary is just what it sounds like — a book that provides comments on the Bible. Commentaries are most commonly written one […]

Tools for Biblical Research, Part 1: Toward the End of Bible Study as Most Think of It

| September 16, 2011

In addition to my day job at Logos I’m an adjunct distance ed professor of biblical studies at the seminary level. One of the more common questions I get from students is about sources for biblical research papers. Poor sources are the bane of both the student who wants to learn something about the text […]

Some Links of Interest

| September 13, 2011

Just wanted to pass on a couple of items that have been brought to my attention recently. First, there is this post for those of you who have mobile devices: 25 Incredible iPad Apps Every Theology Student Should Have Some nice stuff on there, but if you want my advice, you should all have Logos […]

German Bible Society Greek and Hebrew Texts Online for Free

| September 2, 2011

The German Bible Society (highly reputed in academia) have released their texts on their website for free use: the Greek NT (NA27), Hebrew Bible (BHS), and LXX. Thanks to Mark Goodacre for this alert. Technorati Tags: BHS, German Bible Society, Greek New Testament, Hebrew Bible, LXX, NA27, septuagint