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 […]

What is Exegesis Anyway?

| November 21, 2012

Words like “exegesis” and “exegetical” are thrown around by biblical scholars all the time. Those not in the guild or who haven’t taken courses in biblical languages or hermeneutics might wonder what the terminology means. If that’s you, I recommend reading this short post by Jeff Krantz over at the Logos Bible Software blog. The […]

The Greek Apocryphal Gospels in Digital Form

| March 27, 2012

My employer, Logos Bible Software, recently put the Greek Apocryphal Gospels on pre-pub. My colleague, Rick Brannan, blogged today over at the Logos blog about that product and those gospels. These gospel documents are not canonical. As Rick points out, they provide a lot of insight into what early Christians were hearing and thinking about […]

Seattle Times Article on Logos Bible Software

| March 26, 2012

Just saw this article (its making its rounds in the company) and thought I’d share it with readers. Technorati Tags: company, Logos Bible software, Pritchett, software

Syntax for the Septuagint

| January 18, 2012

Readers know that my employer, Logos Bible Software, has been on the cutting edge of syntactical analysis for the Hebrew Bible and the Greek NT for a little over five years now. Recently our Greek database ninja, Rick Brannan, posted about a new pre-pub on the Logos blog that aims at finishing our project to […]