Monthly Archives: April 2014

Becoming human

Käsemann has quite a way with words, especially when talking about God’s righteousness. In this selection from his book, New Testament Questions of Today, he defines true justification and hence true humanity: There is no privilege in the face of God’s omnipotence. God’s grace shows its strength always and only in the weak. God’s kingdom is […]

Tools of the Tirade: new blog series on affordable PhD essentials!

Over the past year of doctoral studies at Durham University, and three years of seminary prior to that, I have been honing my skills in writing, reading, note-taking (essential!), and database management (boring but critical for bibliographies). If you are somebody who loves to read and write, research and study, then this new blog series […]

From the desk of John MacArthur

Reading Isaiah in bed just a few nights ago a piece of folded paper fell out into my lap. It was a photocopy of the same text that has been sitting on Pastor John MacArthur’s desk for many years now. I received this while attending The Master’s Seminary, and it has stuck with me every […]

Daily Dose of Latin

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Comments on the New Testament and Early Christianity (and related matters)

Daniel B. Wallace

Executive Director of CSNTM & Senior Research Professor of NT Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary

Life Matters New York

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Old School Script

where linguistics & biblical studies intersect

New Testament Scholarship Worldwide

Bridging Eastern and Western New Testament Scholarship

German for Neutestamentler

A blog devoted to the translation of German New Testament scholarship


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Words on the Word

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