Dan Wallace on the Great Commission

| March 15, 2014

Noted Greek grammarian and textual criticism scholar (and all-around nice guy) Dan Wallace recently posted a three-part treatment of the Great Commission. This is what pastors should be doing on any given Sunday. No, pastors don’t need to be Greek scholars. They just need to get serious about studying for sermons. Everything you’ll read in […]

MEMRA 2014 Language Courses: A Video Overview

| November 7, 2013

There are only three weeks left to register for MEMRA language courses at a discount. Thanksgiving will be the last day to save money on registration. Enrollment will remain open until Christmas, however. If you’re thinking about registering to learn an ancient language online, this video overview (8 minutes) will interest you. It shows the new […]

For Your Inner Greek Geek: Important New Testament Discourse Paper

| August 15, 2013

My colleague at Logos, Dr. Steve Runge, told me today that his article critiquing certain points of Stanley Porter’s work in Greek grammar (having to do with tense forms) has been accepted for publication by a scholarly journal that will appear in 2014. Steve has obtained permission to post his article (or some pre-edited version […]

Nifty Computer Software for Memorizing Greek and Hebrew Paradigms

| July 31, 2013

I was alerted to this new program on the web today that I’m sure many readers — and MEMRA students — will want to get. I’ve experimented with it and it works like a charm. The utility generates a wide range of quizzes on all the Greek and Hebrew paradigms students would learn in a […]

Why Should You Care About the Septuagint?

| July 22, 2013

Here’s one answer. The link leads to the Oxford University Press website and points to a new book on the LXX. But it also contains a good overview answer to the question that I’d recommend to readers. Here’s a related answer that I wrote for Bible and Spade in 2010. Technorati Tags: Christianity, early church, […]