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 […]

Thoughts on Some New Testament Salvation Language

| January 5, 2014

I recently received a question from a reader asking me to comment about the NT phrase “born again” with respect to its relationship to “saved” language in the NT. What follows are a few thoughts. Here was the question: “My question, that I hoped you would get to in above threads, is the difference between […]

New Website Dedicated to NT Scholar Father Raymond Brown

| August 11, 2013

Mark Goodacre passed along this note about a new website dedicated to Father Brown. Check it out. I also recommend going to that part of the site that includes several PDFs of Brown’s work. He was a major force in NT scholarship and Jesus studies. Technorati Tags: Brown, Jesus, New Testament, Raymond, Virgin Birth

Working with Hebrew, Greek, and English in the MT and LXX in Logos 5

| July 13, 2013

That’s the title of this post by Mark Hoffman over at the Bible Studies and Technology blog. I thought I’d post a link to it for those who don’t really know what Logos Bible Software does (or can do) – or, perish the thought, who are still using paper tools! MT = Masoretic Text (traditional […]

Biblical Theology, Poverty, and Social Justice: Part 10

| July 9, 2013

In this installment of our series, we want to consider a passage in Acts 2 that is often brought into the discussion of a biblical view of social justice: Acts 2:42-47. 42 And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. 43 And awe came […]