Naked Bible Podcast Episode 033: Word Studies, Part 2

| February 11, 2013

Episode 33 continues our series on Bible study at the word level. Last time we talked about word usage as it pertains to usage by a single biblical author within the scope of that author’s writings.  Our launching point then was the lemma behind “unmarried” in 1 Cor 7. The lemma was used only four […]

Dictionary of Classical Hebrew: A Unique, Indispensable Tool

| January 25, 2013

I heard in the office today that the Dictionary of Classical Hebrew (DCH; 8 vols; ed. David J. A. Clines) is almost at the development threshold on pre-pub. It needs only a couple dozen more orders to become a digital reality. I don’t often blog about Logos pre-pubs. This is one of those exceptions.1 For […]

Naked Bible Podcast 031: Exegetical Fallacies

| December 22, 2012

This episode continues the series on studying the Bible at the word level. The episode utilizes the audio of a short screen capture video that Dr. Heiser created to illustrate a range of exegetical fallacies that amateur researchers frequently commit when doing Greek and Hebrew word studies. For those to whom the term is unfamiliar, an “exegetical […]

Naked Bible Podcast Episode 030: Introducing Word Level Study

| December 1, 2012

It’s been several weeks since I’ve been able to do another podcast episode, so here we go. In this episode, the series on taking Bible study seriously transitions to word level research by overviewing some directions we’ll take as we think about studying biblical words. Technorati Tags: context, greek, hebrew, study, word